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ekistics

The science of how people settle land areas, including urban development.

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We carefully studied the argument and evidence presented by the parties and found that Ekistics was not entitled to the grant of preliminary injunction for two reasons: first, the alleged right sought to be protected by it was not established; and second, the requirement of grave irreparable injury was absent,' the CA said in nullifying the trial court's order.
214-215, (1996) in Anis-ur-Rahmaan, The Global City of the 21st Century, Ekistics, 394, January/February, p.
2002) Social sustainability of large cities, Ekistics, Vol.
Apart from the linguistic nature, nature as a spatial entity and associated ekistics are by themselves of sufficient interest to anyone who cares about life and the learning about it.
Athens Technological Organization/Center for Ekistics.
Although the report of the survey of the three river-bank agricultural product markets was published in the proceedings of the 1992 Ambross Alli University Faculty of Environmental Studies Seminar, there have been no separate publications of reports on Itobe whereas the write-up on Abinse and Ilushi have been published in Ekistics and Iroro journals respectively.
Principles of Intelligent Urbanism, Ekistics, 69 (412), 39-65.
Key words: esthetics, ontology, ethics, policy, ekistics, urban landscape, city, travelers, tourism, citizenship.
As his career took off in 1958, chiefly through his work in Iraq, he seized the opportunity to establish his acclaimed Graduate School of Ekistics at his headquarters in Athens where the relevance of Ancient Greek city planning to help solve contemporary urban planning was studied in depth under Doxiadis and the renowned historian, Arnold Toynbee.
Murphy was a member of the World Society for Ekistics in Athens, Greece, an organization that aims to plan the future.
1981), "Greek emigration to and return from West Germany," Ekistics No.