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CARPORT

Cardiology A clinical trial–Coronary Artery Restenosis Prevention on Repeated Thromboxane-Antagonism Study that evaluated thromboxane A2-receptor blockade in preventing restenosis after PCTA in Pts with CAD. See Angioplasty, Coronary artery disease, Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty.
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The court heard that in May, HPS Maintenance and Restoration Ltd was requested by Mr Khan's insurance company to remove the car port following subsidence at his home.
The case was heard by a judge who defined the boundary between the houses and ruled any concrete base or car port that goes over the boundary must be removed.
But their bungled efforts included a rickety extension, a car port without foundations and a structurally unsafe loft conversion - all without planning permission.
A gated drive leads to an ample parking and turning area and there is a double garage, car port and log store.
A bitter four-year dispute over a car port is raging on a peaceful suburban street in Middlesbrough.
Why, one wonders, did the honey house in North Carolina come so high in the hierarchy: it is not much more than a clever wall under a car port Was it given an award to try to appease the Americans, or at least your American juror?
She is at her wits' end after they threatened a neighbour who offered her the use of a car port to protect her vehicle.
You come in to the car port at the top of the slope and go down a staircase that leads to the main (living room) floor.
3 Birmingham Road, Stoneleigh: detached garage and car port and widening of existing access (listed building consent also needed).
Widow Margaret Blowers has spent a hefty pounds 1,000 trying to shift her neighbour's unsightly car port from her doorstep.
The owner's house was designed by the architect in 1990, and a structure was required that could act as car port and be a place in which sought-after sourwood honey from neighbouring hives can be processed and stored.
There is also a garage and large double-width driveway with parking for several cars and an additional car port. The back gardens are west facing with views onto open countryside.