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PLAN. The delineation or design of a city, a house or houses, a garden, a vessel, &c. traced on paper or other substance, representing the position, and the relative proportions of the different parts.
     2. When houses are built by one person agreeably to a plan, and one of them is Sold to a person, with windows and doors in it, the owner of the others cannot shut up those windows, nor has his grantee any greater right. 1 Price, R. 27; 2 Ry. & Mo. 24; 1 Lev. 122; 2 Saund. 114, n. 4 1 M. & M. 396; 9 Bing 305; 1 Leigh's N. P. 559. See 12 Mass: 159; Hamm. N. P. 202; 2 Hill. Ab. c. 12, n. 6 to 12; Com. Dig. Action on the case for a nuisance, A. See Ancients Lights; Windows.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Those who can do this well seek out and encourage constructive criticism and use it to make appropriate adjustments to their plans of action. When they blunder, they are quick to see their mistakes and change course to correct the problem.
Agency representatives should be aware that when they appear before the commission for their reaccreditation, commissioners will be reviewing the report to see what progress the agency has made on its plans of action. The commissioners do not look favorably on those agencies that they feel have made no attempts to implement the plans of action that were approved at the previous accreditation hearing.
A definition of self-mutilation, gender differences, profiles, and risk factors is presented to aid counselors in developing plans of action. References cited may be used for additional study.
Most VAMCs and outpatient clinics offer free dietary education and services, including information, testing, and plans of action for health-conscious disabled veterans.
The plan calls for strict monitoring, control and surveillance of fishing from catches, through the point of landing, to final destination.The International Plan of Action against illegal fishing, as well as the other three International Plans of Action for Reducing Incidental Catch of Seabirds in Longline Fisheries, for the Conservation and Management of Sharks and for the Management of Fishing Capacity, are non-binding agreements aimed at promoting more responsible fisheries practices.

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