base section

base section

An area within the communications zone in an operational area organized to provide logistic support to forward areas.
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Preparation of a 3-page drywall furring with lower base section including the substructure of squared timber in the Studio Gallery.
It isn't without a few issues though, the main criticism the game has been receiving is that it isn't the finished article, only a base section of it is included.
These agents were under the staff control of the Criminal Investigation Branch, Military Police Division, Office of the Theater Provost Marshal, and were distributed by unit throughout the Western Base Section, Eastern Base Section, North Ireland Base Section, Southern Base Section, and Central Base Section (located in London).
2) A similar future air rights deal on the two adjoining entire city block properties owned by Javits (38th to 40 Streets, 11th to 12th Avenues), with an alternative convention center expansion option, to create a nearly one million square feet single level exhibition floor on the first or second levels via a 500,000 s/f street level extension of Javits within a common, self-contained, independent base section below a complex of millions of ssquare feet of new high rise mixed-use air rights towers.
A new feature added to the RTC-8080 Series II is the new remote-controlled, high-intensity boom floodlight that attaches to the end of the telescopic boom base section and can be used as a spotlight in night-time settings.
Each completed caisson weighed in at a whopping 400,000 pounds, with the base section alone at 279,600 pounds.
Distress in concrete at the column base section is apparent from these pictures.
One is similar to a floating cylinder that bobs up and down in the waves and generates electricity in a base section anchored to the sea floor.
The PAL100 access ladder has a stationary base section 9' high x 5' long with a top landing 1'6" long x 2' wide.
for details, see Data Base section later in this issue).
The rack would store and display the dinner service, whether pottery or pewter; jugs would festoon the racks; the base section, as in the illustrated example, contains spice drawers; the flat surface would be used for the preparation of food; the drawers and pot board once again for storage.
Modularly designed, the unit has a fully-covered stainless steel base section, suitable for bench-mounting or fitting with the optional frame legs.