nonvacant

nonvacant

(ˌnɒnˈveɪkənt)
adj
not vacant
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10) The price premium for the water view amenity may be substantively higher for vacant lots compared to nonvacant lots where the age, size, and quality of housing structures can distort price premiums.
Verily, Robredo could not have validly assumed the nonvacant Office of the Vice President.
In the initialization, 77 nonvacant cells were generated, and the fault grade was set on range of [0, [delta]) while the coupling factor was set on range of [0,1].
During initialization, 78 nonvacant cells were generated, and the fault grade was set on range of [0, [delta]) while the coupling factor was set on range of [0,1].
BLS estimates the jump rate based on nonvacant sample units in the area that have had a change in tenant between t-6 and t.
t-1] are the number of nonvacant seats in Congress, t - 1, held by the presidential party; [4] [dienum.
Of the occupied units, half were sold - a startling percentage, given the recent low demand for nonvacant units.