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in international law, the right of an officer of a belligerent state to stop and search neutral ships in war to verify their nationality and ascertain whether they carry contraband.
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"Basic visitable design features for a home include at least one entrance with no step, wider doorways and hallways, and a bathroom on the main level with enough space to be used by someone in a wheelchair."
For he is a product of the very history that the novel makes both visible and visitable.
The Visitable Home Design Guidelines were created by the city in partnership with the Center for Disability Rights and members of the housing development community.
A home is visitable when it meets three basic requirements: there's at least one zero-step entrance at the front, back or side of the house and all doorways on the main floor have at least 32 inches of clearance and at least a half bath on the main floor.
Habitat for Humanity, for example, has agreed to incorporate visitable homes in their program and built more than 800 to date.
* At least one no-step entrance accessed via a visitable route
Making your home accessible and therefore "visitable" begins with the doorways.