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elevation

An orthographic (flattened;nonperspective) drawing of the various faces of a building, component, or improvement, showing examples of relevant details and something to indicate scale.One may have elevations of each side of a building,usually with a person standing nearby to illustrate scale; elevations of cabinets in kitchens or offices; or elevations of a storm sewer system showing a representation of the incline.

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In the case of the NCEI drought amelioration tool, the users and the scientists were connected through dialogue, the sharing of knowledge through an open and authentic meeting (Kruk et al.
t: the parameter to denote the time of amelioration (day)
"Following the trifling monthly amelioration during the month of April 2008 in the balance of payments account, which could not even reverse the accumulated deficit prevailing at the end of the first quarter of the year, a noteworthy monthly deficit of $416.1 million during May 2008 accentuated the overhanging cumulative deficit for the latter to reach $556.9 million," Bank Audi's Weekly Monitor said on Tuesday.
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These pharmaceutical concoctions have no nutritional value, and at best offer temporary amelioration of symptoms while doing nothing to address causes.
In simple truth, all their endeavours for amelioration are a sprinkling of rose water on a cancer.
He also said that the airport owner, Sydney Airport Corporation Limited, had strongly committed to its obligations under the Sale Act to implement the government's ongoing noise amelioration measures, including the curfew, movement cap and noise sharing under the Long Term Operating Plan.
The scheme,costing pounds 235,000 and funded by the Broughton Park Amelioration Fund,,, was approved in principle in April 2002 by the council's executive.
BOSTON -- Many people dying in institutions have unmet needs for symptom amelioration, physician communication, emotional support, and being treated with respect, according to a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
In the 1990s, the return of rainfall to the Sahel--which brought only limited amelioration of the drought--coincided with a drop in S[O.sub.2] emissions by industrialized countries.
An argument for a greater role in the amelioration of prejudice against LGBT people by the American Psychological Association as the premier psychological organization involved in social justice issues around the world is presented.
1085/SF-GY) toward part of the cost of the Social Impact Amelioration Program.