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  2. Mobile home - Wikipedia

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    Mobile homes are designed and constructed to be transportable by road in one or two sections. Mobile homes are no larger than 20 m × 6.8 m (65 ft 7 in × 22 ft 4 in) with an internal maximum height of 3.05 m (10 ft 0 in). Legally, mobile homes can still be defined as "caravans".

  3. FEMA trailer - Wikipedia

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    FEMA trailer occupants reported that they preferred the trailers to living in cars, tents, partially gutted homes, and the crowded homes of relatives. FEMA policy generally allows residents to live in a FEMA trailer for a period of 18 months, beginning at the time at which they receive access to the trailer.

  4. Habitat 67 - Wikipedia

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    The apartments each had a molded plastic bathroom and a modular kitchen. The development was designed to integrate the benefits of suburban homes—namely gardens, fresh air, privacy, and multilevelled environments—with the economics and density of a modern urban apartment building.

  5. CANDU reactor - Wikipedia

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    Improvements to construction techniques (including modular, open-top assembly) decrease construction costs. The CANDU 6e is designed to operate at power settings as low as 50%, allowing them to adjust to load demand much better than the previous designs. Sales efforts in Canada. By most measures, the CANDU is "the Ontario reactor".

  6. Covenant (law) - Wikipedia

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    Upper Arlington, Ohio – covenants forbade the sale of real property to blacks or Jews, but allowed for colored servants to reside in the homes in which they served. Guilford, Baltimore, Maryland – covenants provided for exclusion against negros or persons of negro extraction.: 65

  7. Modern architecture - Wikipedia

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    Modern architecture, or modernist architecture, was an architectural movement or architectural style based upon new and innovative technologies of construction, particularly the use of glass, steel, and reinforced concrete; the idea that form should follow function (functionalism); an embrace of minimalism; and a rejection of ornament.

  8. Ebook - Wikipedia

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    September – Nature Publishing releases the pilot version of Principles of Biology, a customizable, modular textbook, with no corresponding paper edition. June/November – As the e-reader market grows in Spain, companies like Telefónica, Fnac, and Casa del Libro launch their e-readers with the Spanish brand "bq readers".

  9. 2,3-Bisphosphoglyceric acid - Wikipedia

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