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The Consent Decree also requires, for the 3-year period it is in effect, that Archstone-Smith Trust will certify that its future construction of apartment complexes will comply with the accessibility requirements of the Fair Housing Act and the ADA and to educate its personnel on the design and construction requirements of those laws.
However, the glyceollin--receptor complexes, unlike the other complexes, did not interact with either ERE sequence.
which serves as sales and marketing agent for cooperative and condominium complexes throughout the New York metropolitan area.
Traverses across the Fish Lake and Dunite Hill complexes were designed to test geochemical responses of underlying ultramafic rock, and of known showings such as the Tres Equis Ni prospect (in map) in soils.
Many known copper occurrences in the gabbros have not been assayed for Platinum Group Elements (PGEs), and numerous occurrences of finely disseminated sulphide mineralization from the lower gabbro could also contain PGE mineralization, similar to that in the Bushveld and Stillwater Complexes.
The 231-room Watergate Hotel opened in 1967, and the apartment complexes opened soon after, including Lewinsky's Watergate South, which opened in 1971.
The Joint Venture Area is underlain by the Tecka Layered Complex, the largest unexplored environment of this type known in the world, and initial exploration by the partners has shown conclusively that the complex is similar to both the Bushveld and Stillwater Complexes which host large primary platinum-palladium deposits.
Lancaster and Palmdale are each building the first phases of new soccer complexes, a private firm is building a nine-hole golf course in Lancaster, and the city also plans to add two new softball fields at Lancaster City Park.
Several other complexes of the Lansdowne type have also been discovered by the Company and recently acquired 100% by staking.
The Tecka Ultramafic-Mafic Complex is the largest unexplored layered complex known in the world and mapping has shown that it is similar to the Bushveld and Stillwater complexes which host large primary platinum-palladium deposits.
The Tecka Ultramafic-Mafic Complex is the largest unexplored layered complex known in the world and mapping by the Joint Venture has shown that the Tecka complex is similar to the Bushveld and Stillwater Complexes which host large primary platinum-palladium deposits.
The Company believes that the Lake Owen complex is geologically important because it exhibits characteristic layering and mineralization that are indicative of the magmatic processes commonly found in other economic layered, PGE-bearing intrusions such as the Bushveld and Stillwater complexes.