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building line

n
(Civil Engineering) the boundary line along a street beyond which buildings must not project
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Ms Abbasi warned the business community to limit their activities to building lines within two days.
On Tuesday, firefighters were building lines all the way around the blaze, and helicopter water drops and expected calm winds overnight could have them off to a strong start.
Rolling stock for the FCC-led part of the project building lines 4, 5 and 6 will be supplied by French company Alstom.
Within the beak-shaped site, the building adheres to the building lines established by the terrace at the front and back of the site.
Crews completed a contingency fire line to the west of the Puzzle Fire on Tuesday while other crews made progress building lines on the west side of the 4,617-acre fire.
Even if the design had architectural merit, how did the council give itself permission to build 27 feet forward of one of the most famous building lines in Europe?
Would it not be an act of extreme folly to allow the intrusion of concrete into this magnificent vista, particularly when there are alternatives available to achieve the same results with work carried out within the present building lines? While Worcester CCC needs to keep abreast of the times, we must consider our options carefully.
Tire building lines of EM and farm tires from 16" to 58", apex lines, cutting machines and doubling lines are offered.
The Conflict over Building Lines: Eminent Domain and the Bureaucratic Solution
With its many departments, meeting spaces, offices, and archives, the Akademie constituted quite a large programme, constrained by party walls each side, building lines to front and rear, and a height limit respecting the Brandenburg Gate.

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