Following the acquisition, LSC will own over 90% of the Salta tenements
in Salinas Grandes.
JOHN Cleese referred to half-educated tenement
Scots in his Twitter rant.
It is an area that has become the focus of exploration activity for iron ore by Padbury Mining Ltd and the tenement
is contiguous to its existing holdings.
built before 1901 are sometimes referred to as "Old Law Tenements
We are very pleased to have seven of these tenements
granted and will begin reconnaissance field checking once the geological team has finished sampling and logging of the recently completed drilling program,' commented Managing Director Simon Taylor.
Chapter eight's close-in analysis based around mapping, interviewing and observation is especially rewarding reading for bringing out the everyday existence of people in tenements
in these two areas--it is the longest chapter, by some way.
There were still tenements
in Dublin up until the 1970s but at that stage they were run by the corporation.
SMALL HOMES: The tenements
at Southgate, in the foreground, with Oldgate, the Kingsgate shopping centre and Oldgate House behind them.
Like other early tenements
, the building contained 20 three-room units with no heating, lighting and for many years, indoor plumbing or running water.
From practically the first second, someone or something is headed down the walkway bisecting the Lower East Side tenements
and the toney River House apartments.
For instance, in his first chapter, McBee describes how many immigrants who lived in tenements
would take in boarders to make financial ends meet.
Indeed, balconies are re-emerging in new developments throughout the poorest parts of the old city, where a new vernacular of four- or five-storey walk-up flats, publicly and privately funded, replaces ruined traditional tenements