ekistics


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ekistics

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

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Ekistics said that the BSP should be enjoined from disposing of Banco Filipino's assets until the question on the propriety of its closure and liquidation has been resolved with finality.
It agreed with Ekistics that the BSP should be enjoined from disposing of Banco Filipino's assets until the question on the propriety of its closure and liquidation has been resolved with finality.
Ekistics filed with the trial court a case to stop the disposition of Banco Filipino's assets.
Woldenberg, "An allometric analysis of urban land use in the United States," Ekistics, vol.
the only city of Pakistan which is planned and developed on the basis of Ekistics, a science of human settlement.
Anis-ur-Rahmaan, The Global City of the 21st Century, Ekistics, 394, January/February, p.107, (1999)
(11) However, in all of my reading so far, the ekistics of corrections has yet to be mentioned or even implied.
GIEDION, S., "Time-scale in History and our Position Today", Ekistics 21, n.
Dubai, Safar 4, 1434, Dec 17, 2012, SPA -- The objective of conserving Saudi Arabia's traditional ekistics on urban heritage, which once aimed at just the survival of ancient designs of building now turned to a giant developmental and economic project, Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, President of the Saudi General Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SGCTA), said here today.
The most significant deals to take place during the second quarter included Ekistics Property Investors' takeover of a distribution warehouse in Sherburn in Elmet for pounds 43.3m, Rockspring Property's acquisition of Kirkgate Retail Parade in Leeds for pounds 8.2m and Henderson Global Investors' acquisition of Lowfields Business Park in Elland for pounds 5.3m.
(2002) Social sustainability of large cities, Ekistics, Vol.