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Caption: The height of a tunnel-gate vestige is predominantly a function of the angle of the part it is gated into.
Low conducted dozens of interviews for this book with residents of gated communities in and around San Antonio, Queens, and Nassau County, N.
Used for the past 25 years, the Knox-Box system is utilized by hundreds of emergency personnel to enter gated communities or security buildings.
Eight out of 10 new projects involve gated communities and close to four million Americans live in them, (16) with California and Florida leading the way.
Complying with recommended Recovery Plans, the Forest Service gated Daniel Boone's Cave Branch Cave in 1989, Well Cave in 1992, and Stillhouse Cave late last summer.
Some people enjoy the prestige and lifestyle of living in a gated community,'' said Marlee Lauffer, a spokeswoman for the Newhall Land and Farming Company, the area's largest developer.
Mighty Tight micro-molding nozzles with pitch centers as little as 7 mm can be valve gated to 9 mm pitch centers.
At the request of merchants who have seen business plummet since a private road nearby was gated, the city Planning Commission has proposed requiring an economic impact report before any more such barriers are installed.