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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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In the land of suburbs, those slightly denser areas are reliably slightly denser.
Of course, taller, denser storage has huge implications for the types of forklifts used and the processes governing their use.
But it was unclear whether the bundle-of-fibers scenario would apply in denser environments, like the Orion Nebula, where high-mass stars come together.
He added: "As long as you have the proper parks and the proper facilities a denser Dublin will work.
With Capacity Consolidation, Pure Storage underlined that customers can rest assured that their infrastructure can scale to handle exploding data growth by periodically upgrading to denser, more modern flash without paying for the same terabyte twice.
SINGAPORE - The hazy conditions in Singapore have further deteriorated since Wednesday night, as denser haze from Sumatra has been blown in by the prevailing southerly winds, said Singapore's National Environment Agency (NEA) on Thursday(September 24, 2015).
A female selects some aquatic plant for the purpose--the denser the better--and places a single egg in a fold of a leaf, hiding the egg as much as possible from sight.
In contrast, planets that are only slightly smaller than these have much higher density, and are denser than rock.
In addition, denser populations of moose mean more available blood and denser populations of winter ticks.
They must try thicker and denser scents with base tones of
A bit can have a value of zero or one and is the most basic form of information in computation.According to the researchers, the technique opens up the possibility of producing much denser forms of magnetic computer memory than today's hard disk drives and solid state memory chips.