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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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Other union councils had lower population densities due to presence of rural area and higher proportion of agricultural land.
NOTES: Raining cohesionless soils (pluviation) in a laboratory testing is sometimes used to create high densities for research projects.
The DSDP densities range between 0.95 and 4.42 g/[cm.sup.3].
Generally a set of several such beads, covering a range of densities, is used.
2001: Predators and people: conservation of large carnivores is possible at high human densities if management policy is favourable.--Animal Conservation 4: 345-349.
The objectives of this study were to evaluate the impact of different plant densities of maize hybrids on growth, yield and yield components.
Molded part densities can be 20% higher or more compared to the free rise density of the foam, depending on the particular part that is being molded.
Figure 3 shows our radiation beam #1 experimental mass attenuation coefficient values for resinless flake mats at known densities and MCs determined using Eq.
Their results were conclusive in that women with densities over 75% were five times more likely to develop breast cancer than those with densities below 10%.
Foam Supplies reports that its Ecomate blowing agent can produce more economical pour-in-place foams with good dimensional stability and excellent flame resistance at low densities. The company sees Ecomate having the greatest potential for replacing HCFC-22 in entry and garage doors.
Gross residential density is around 15 365 per sq km, a much higher average compared with other parts of Europe or the UK, yet Barcelona is considered a model of how cities can provide livable high densities supported by a comprehensive system of public spaces.