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But fans always go a step further, whether by designing and even crafting their own bricks or using Legos to craft prosthetic hands or model a potential space elevator.
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Bernards Bins feels this trend is because people are looking to maximise the potential space in their garage and convert it into a workshop or other useful area.
The retropharyngeal space is a potential space that lies posterior to the buccopharyngeal fascia, anterior to the prevertebral fascia of the cervical and thoracic spine and extends laterally to the carotid sheaths.
s arts commission and economic development division are launching a pilot program to help owners showcase their vacant property by installing destination-quality art displays to direct foot traffic to the potential space for lease.
The first of these was caused by kyphosis, which did not permit the patient to be safely placed in the prone position due to the potential space between the patient's anterior abdominal wall and the operation table.
Photography and biography conjoin in a project of returning to an origin that is never singular or unique but is itself a site of generative duplication--the archive not as a mausoleum for the obsolete, but as the potential space of reduplication.
The potential space medial to the ureter is used to transect the uterosacral ligament and thus enter the rectovaginal space from the lateral aspect to medial.
If we start with goal-line technology then any part of the game and pitch will be a potential space where you could put in place technology to see if the ball was in or out, whether it was a penalty and then you end up with video replays.
We've all been patiently waiting to see exactly what the vehicle is going to look like," said Peter Cheney, a 63-year-old potential space tourist from Seattle who was among the first to sign up for suborbital space rides marketed by Virgin Galactic.
A spokesman said: "Sainsbury's has around 200 stores that have the potential space and appropriate facilities to support a GP's surgery, in conjunction with a pharmacy already open on site.

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