Density Related Quotes



“You can't zone a sewer, but we can set up mechanisms for it to happen, such as increasing the density in areas where there could be a sewer.”

Nan Stoltzenburg


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“We feel that we've lost an important ally in the dispute over traffic and density.”

Pat Jones


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“We have to have the increase in density to make a workable town.”

Ernie Cox


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“Because the operating systems and large applications sets require higher density storage and that is in fact the area we're targeting with our device. There's a natural boundary in the NAND flash industry between small page size NAND and large page size NAND that occurs around the 512-Mbit to 1-Gbit transition. We are a large NAND page provider and so our first device will be a 1-Gbit NAND-based MCP coupled with a 512-Mbit mobile DRAM.”

Gavin Hagen


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“Earlier in the project we had a weather-related density problem. A heavy rain shower passed through and we had to quit for a while for the road to dry up. Back where we had the shower the mat cooled off pretty quick down to about 100°F. The state density man said we had not achieved density, as he was reading 87 on the cooled mat and we were shooting for 92. So I sent the oscillation roller back, and on just one pass it brought it up to 94.”

David Hughes


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“Ten years ago we led the nation in union membership, and we have in fact lost some of that density.”

Randy Perreira


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“Knowing the characteristics of a chemical, such as its boiling point or density, tells us different things about how to approach the scene. Suppose there's a fire. With some flammable substances, water might make the fire burn even hotter, and foam is needed to suppress the blaze.”

Christina Baxter


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“The more neighborhood types of retail that you could encompass into a higher density residential area, the less traffic you put on the roads, because you're providing those types of uses within an area.”

Mark Priestner


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“Probably most galaxies are truncated—the density of stars in the disk drops off sharply. But NGC 300 just seems to go on forever. The density of stars in the disk falls off very smoothly and gradually.”

Ken Freeman


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“Add to that the trend of baby boomers wanting to move downtown, and it bodes well for increased density and residential development.”

Matthew Gardner


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