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in·fill

 (ĭn′fĭl′)
n.
1. The use of vacant land and property within a built-up area for further construction or development.
2. A substance or material used to fill in: a steel structure with an infill of redwood sheathing.

infill

(ˈɪnfɪl) or

infilling

n
1. the act of filling or closing gaps, etc, in something, such as a row of buildings
2. material used to fill a cavity, gap, hole, etc
3. (Hairdressing & Grooming) an acrylic gel application that fills in the gap between a false nail and the root of the real nail, which is created as the real nail grows

infill

In cartography, the filling of an area or feature with color, e.g., roads, town shapes, lakes, etc.
Translations

infill

[ˈɪnfɪl] N (Constr, Geol) → relleno m

infill

n (Build) → Füllmaterial nt, → Ausfüllung f
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Managing Director Lia Darby commented, "Good progress is being made with the extension of the BLEG sampling to a greater area of our tenement package while the auger infill drilling will assist with our deeper drill campaign expected on the new anomalies soon.
Mantra Resources (ASX: MRU, TSX: MRL) has reported further results from the 2010 resource infill drilling program at the Nyota Prospect, part of the wholly owned Mkuju River Project (MRP) in southern Tanzania, confirming the continuity of mineralised zones, both in terms of thickness and grade.
the Bellingham Planning Commission recommended by a 4-0 vote to forward the new Infill Housing Toolkit to the City Council for review and approval.
Planning consent for the first new infill was secured in June 2005 and upon
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In the meantime, there is a growing shortage of buildable land for family homes, which has resulted in increasingly dense infill developments in existing residential neighborhoods, according to people in construction and development.
com)-- The most recent ongoing safety study on synthetic turf confirms the importance of heavy infill weight as it relates to player injuries at the high school football level.
We must be wary of the rubber infill used in some low-grade artificial grass fields, which are often made out of pulverised tyires with traces of heavy metals such as lead and could also contain traces of carcinogens," she said, adding that the dust produced by constant contact with rubber infill could be inhaled or ingested by those who play on it.
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Planning has started on $30million worth of infill projects to connect to the central wastewater system more than 2,000 lots in parts of Mandurah, City Beach, Esperance and Geraldton.
Perth, Australia, Mar 21, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - Focus Minerals Ltd (ASX:FML), a leading Australian gold producer and explorer, is pleased to update the market with preliminary results from its recent infill drilling program at its 100% owned Treasure Island Gold Project on Lake Cowan.