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density

In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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The Met Office has issued a Yellow alert warning that the region around Birmingham and the Black Country could be badly affected by dense fog and mist patches during the rush hour commute to work.
Wells in the Brown Dense are expected to increase from six to 14.
An additional yet crucial feature with dense phase powder pumps is that they don't use wearing venturis.
Many women whose breasts are dense are not aware of that fact, nor are they aware of the associated risks of increased density.
According to Ron Ho, president and CEO of the device manufacturer, at least 40 percent of women in the United States have dense breast tissue.
Whether a woman has dense breasts would be determined by a physician, according to the FDA announcement.
The more vegetables the children were offered, the more they ate and the less energy dense their meals were.
A computer program was employed to exhaustively form all possible dense word squares and rectangles of various small sizes and find all the invertible ones.
Women with low or average breast density had a five-year cancer risk ranging from 0.3%-1.5%, compared with a range of 0.9%-3.1% for women with dense or very dense breasts.
But the atmosphere is very dense. Another way to think of it: No matter how thin you pound a lump of lead with a hammer, it is still lead--and dense.--Charles Petit
Once a dense, transportable bale with maintainable integrity is created, it must be moved to storage or placed in a container for transportation.