is focused on developing energy-related materials.
(16) That may include, for instance, letters or notes evincing a will-maker's wishes, even if not written by the will-maker himself: Bell v Roy Estate,  4 WWR
40 at para 37, 75 BCLR (2d) 213 [Bell v Roy Estate}.
Moreover, with accurate adjustments in all the other facade parameters, it was possible to lower the energy demand of a total glazed building up to 15% higher than in a reference building (with 30% WWR
) (Poirazis et al.
Figure 5 presented an example of the difference of horizontal shading device by various WWR
" While availability of authorised stock against WWR
to meet the expected duration of operation formed the basic criteria for ensuring operational readiness of the Army, we found during the review that against the WWR
of 40 ( I) days, the availability of ammunition was only in 10 per cent of the total types of ammunition held ( March 2013)," said the CAG report tabled in Parliament.
The window area is 4.43 meter square which makes up 50% of window wall ratio (WWR
) and 35% of window floor ratio (WFR).
The room (5 m x 5.2 m x 3.4 m; 16.4 ft x 17.1 ft x 11.2 ft) was facing south, and a double clear glazing system was installed (60% WWR
on Good Friday, said the blaze hit the WWR
Enterprises located at M.
To address the potential influence on chronic disease risk of high abdominal fatness relative to total body fatness in AI, we propose waist-to-weight ratio (WWR
), as a single continuous index, to distinguish differences between cultures in the propensity to store fat in the visceral depots, consistent with differences in insulin resistance, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease (CVD).
In the first place, reading Schopenhauer's The World as Will and Representation (WWR
) is hardly a walk in the park.
(52) Camco Inc v Frances Olson Realty (1979) Ltd  6 WWR
258, 272 (Tallis JA for Tallis, Cameron and Gerwing JJA).