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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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Bay trees aren't usually bothered by diseases and pests, but once in a while, you may see a mealy bug or scale damage.
BAY trees are increasingly popular - and not just for cooking.
BAY trees originate from Mediterranean countries, so it's no surprise to find their fresh or dried leaves bundled with thyme, celery and parsley stalks as bouquet garnis to flavour casseroles, stocks, sauces and soups.
The 60cm high decorated bay trees cost pounds 25 and there are other plants on offer, including dwarf chilli plants (pounds 17) and fruiting mandarin trees (pounds 30) and more traditional plant gifts including hyacinths, amaryllis and cyclamen baskets (from pounds 19).
Sycamore, lime, maples, dogwood and bay trees are also targeted by the insects.
Cultivating a beautiful garden is by no means a cheap endeavour, with many items, such as bay trees, commanding price tags of pounds 60 or more."
Take bay trees which have been grown in pots indoors or at least in a sheltered spot next to the house to protect them from cold winds and frost.