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building

 [bil´ding]
constructing; forming something by putting parts together.
complex relationship building in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as establishing a therapeutic relationship with a patient who has difficulty interacting with others.
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The in-plane peak acceleration amplification factors ([a.sub.max]/[A.sub.max], where [A.sub.max] is the peak acceleration of the input motion at base beam and [a.sub.max] is the peak acceleration of the response motion at infill walls or the slab) along the structural height are shown in Figure 12.
For the increase in structural height with reduction in column sizes which leads uncomfort to human due to deflection of top stories will be more as compared with a regular size column from bottom top story.
The 40-floor tower in the DMCC Free Zone, the largest and fastest growing free zone in the UAE, has a total structural height of 167 metres.

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