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ter·race

(ter'as),
To suture in several rows, thus closing a wound through a considerable thickness of tissue.
[thr. O. Fr. fr. L. terra, earth]

terrace

Surgery A layer of sutures used to close thick tissue from the most internal to most external layers. See Sutures.

ter·race

(ter'ăs)
To suture in several rows, in closing a wound through a considerable thickness of tissue.
[thr. O. Fr. fr. L. terra, earth]
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Shingrig Road, Treharris: PS27,500 This terraced house in Nelson is another that went for under PS30,000.
The Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW) is working with the Welsh Government, Cadw, RCT Homes and Grwp Gwalia to achieve a modern solutions to secure the future for terraced housing builds.
"It's not surprising that terraced properties are proving to be popular with landlords looking to expand their portfolios," says Graham Kinnear, managing director at Landlord Assist.
Despite recent price hikes, a terraced home is 45% cheaper than an average detached home, which costs pounds 273,173.
8.14 Design a parabolic-shaped waterway to carry 1.8 [m.sup.3]/s from a terraced field where the soil is resistant to erosion and the channel slope is 6 percent.
Homer mentions that the islands of Cos and Lemnos in their day were densely populated, which would have been impossible in these rocky islands unless agricultural supplies were ensured from terraced fields (it is only necessary to see the island of Calci, which like Rhodes is now totally terraced, to grasp this).
Two quadrates of 8 [m.sup.2] (2m x 4m) (86 [ft.sup.2], or 6.6 ft x 13.2 ft) were marked on each of the terraced plots sown with each crop: one just above the terrace, and another parallel but below the next upper terrace.
Dine in open-air settings with oceans views-from terraced restaurants to beachside snack bars.
The highest-priced house sale during August was a detached house in Cilybebyll, Swansea, which sold for the PS1.05m, while the lowest was a terraced house in Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taf, which went for PS10,000.
TERRACED properties are proving to be the most popular choice for landlords looking to expand their portfolios in the current economic climate, according to a national landlord services firm.
Terraced properties accounted for the biggest price rise in eight of the 11 regions.
TERRACED houses increased in value by more than any other type of home over the past decade with Yorkshire and Humberside seeing the biggest rises across all properties, according to research.