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application site

The part of the body or of an organ where a topical treatment is applied.
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The application site covers 3.2 acres at the corner of Jennens Road and Lawley Middleway and is mainly derelict land with some demolition work required.
"By expanding the range of facilities available to employees within the surrounding area, which includes office developments and extensive areas of other commercial development to the north and west of the application site.
"The area within which the application site is located is residential in character, surrounding housing is not high density and the introduction of a HMO would contribute to a more mixed community which is advocated through the NPPF (National Planning Policy Framework) and development plan policy.
"The application site occupies a highly sustainable location, just200m from Jesmond Metro stationand within walking distance of the multitude of services and facilities within the city centre.
The application site is bordered by St Martin's Street and Tennant Street with the 17-storey element fronting on to Broad Street.
Most common adverse reaction is irritant contact dermatitis in application site, which range from mild to severe in intensity just as what we reported.
"The application site is located within the curtilage of a grade II* listed building and on the site of a large barn which was demolished in 1952,'' said the archaeology advisory service.
The company has received post-marketing reports of application site reactions described as burns and scars in patients treated with ZECUITY, and is working in complete cooperation with the United States Food and Drug Administration to better understand these adverse events.
"The application site is located on the eastern edge of Newcastle City Centre within the King's Manor Central Business and Technology Park.
Of the 51 cases reviewed, 43 reported that leukoderma localized to the areas where the patch was applied, and 7 reported depigmentation of skin at the application site in addition to other areas of the body; 1 case was inconclusive.
30 following the opening of a "pre-check" application site for expedited screening at LAX.
To be eligible for the study, participants needed to be [greater than or equal to] 18 years of age, live within 1 mile of a permitted sewage sludge land application site, speak English, and be willing to spend 1-2 hr responding to a semistructured, open-ended interview about their experiences living near the site.

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