noncontiguous

noncontiguous

(ˌnɒnkənˈtɪɡjʊəs)
adj
(Law) property law relating to two or more parcels of real estate that are not connected
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"FantasEyes was originally on two noncontiguous floors across the street," said Adam Nelson of Cushman & Wakefield.
Zubair recommended: 'We need to revitalize common values,' in the backdrop of world's failure to limit conflicts arise from disillusionment in particular, and noncontiguous powers in promoting regional hegemons.
It also relies on channel bonding, the ability to aggregate noncontiguous communication channels to increase coverage and data rates.
The new yet-to-be-named organisation, aims to be the nation's first major MLS joint venture of noncontiguous markets.
The Palestinians would get a state -- but only on noncontiguous parts of the West Bank and only limited sovereignty over their own territory.
The Kurds have taken advantage of the five-year war to consolidate control over three noncontiguous areas in northern Syria.
The CCF program supports vessel modernization and expansion for use in the noncontiguous domestic and Great Lakes trade, benefiting a wide range of shipping industry companies.
The Islamic State consists of tens of thousands of jihadis with oil revenues and a functioning bureaucracy and a hip media, ruling vast portions of Syria and Iraq, even apart from its noncontiguous provinces in Africa, which adds up to more than big.
Sun NLF Limited Partnership (Sun) owned three noncontiguous, undeveloped parcels numbered 1, 11, and 13, in the City of Long Beach, New York.
The French combat method that constituted the army's intellectual framework consisted of a dedication to offensive operations culminating in an assault, the formation of an infantry army with nonspecialized units, a linear and noncontiguous view of the battlefield, a desire to combine the effects of all the auxiliary combat arms into the main infantry battle, and the adoption of nondogmatic tactics.
Creating noncontiguous ridings would facilitate the concentration of Aboriginal voters into constituencies where they would form pluralities or majorities.