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(1) The smallest rentable tenant space in a strip center, usually defined by the front and rear exterior walls and fire walls at either side.(2) An unfinished area between rows of columns or loadbearing walls. (3) Loading areas in warehouse or industrial space. Ascertaining the number of bays necessary and available is usually critically important when working with buyers or potential tenants of such space.

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I'm not fussy about pruning but will give my bay trees a light pruning when needed.
Q I HAVE a bay tree which has grown well since I bought it.
A daughter of Polish Patriot, Three Bay Trees was providing Fanning with his fifth Lingfield winner in the last five years for trainer Mark Johnston.
Keith Abbott, 42, of Wexford Road, Wood End, admitted stealing two bay trees worth PS60 from Aldi and four Japanese acer trees worth PS43.
Within five years you could have a dozen fine standard bay trees worth pounds 80 each
Yard doors were painted, trellis put up and 20 elegant containers of conifers and bay trees dotted down the sides.
I can hear you thumping - too much heel," he called to his first-timer guest as they neared a grove of bay trees.