nonresidential in Greek
A Study on Development and Application of the Unit Roofing System for Non-residential Buildings
We also need to bring forward the deadline for a passive house standard for residential and non-residential buildings across Europe.
A day nursery is defined as any non-residential service that provides care and education in licensed facilities to children who are under four years of age or are not yet enrolled in school.
In contrast to OSB, the residential construction market for plywood only accounts for 37% of consumption, while the industrial market accounts for an additional 33% of plywood consumption, followed by the repair and remodelling market and the non-residential market.
Radar, sonar, thermo-imaging, detect a non-residential cat from three blocks away.
Social reintegration was reported to be most commonly available in specialized residential and non-residential treatment services, followed by social services and correctional settings.
The development of entrepreneurship among women was commendable, with such features as the 50 per cent discount on licence charges and the 30 per cent quota for the leasing of non-residential premises.
Access to the public telephone network at a fixed location for residential and non-residential customers.
It added that this growth was partly offset by negative contributions from nonresidential fixed investment and state and local government spending.
It showed this acceleration was partly offset by a downturn in nonresidential fixed investment and deceleration in exports and personal consumption expenditures.