What does the elevator button mark PB stand for in Spanish-speaking Countries?

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PB means Planta Baja (lower level)
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Which country has the highest average elevation?

Answer . Some think its Tibet, which is called the "Roof of the World" . I think its Lesotho, which also has the highest low point of any country, at 1400m above MSL, and is called the "Mountain Kingdom"

What country has a higher elevation Spain or France?

France - Mont Blanc 4,808 m (15,781 ft) Spain - Pico de Teide (Tenerife) on Canary Island 3,718 m (12,198 ft) Research indicates that 90% of Mt. Blanc is in Italy. Furthermore, the location of the summit seems to be in question.

What does the USMC Dress Blues buttons stand for?

The thirteen stars represent the original 13 colonies. The Marine emblem includes the Eagle ( represents our Nation), the Globe (represents our worldwide service), and the anchor (represents Marines close ties with the Navy-the Marine Corps is a department of the Navy).. J. Noroflk, SgtMaj USMC Retired

What does pb stand for?

its a designer company they make bags, purses, clothes, shoes, makeup, jewellery and lots more. That and peanut butter

Which countries in south America have the highest elevation?

Argentina with 6,960 m! :-) No the highest country in South America is Chile its the almost the whole country is over 6000ft. Its Argentina! Hahaha I was looking for this question for my social studies paper and i went with Chile and she said NO ITS ARGENTINA! well im doing social studies paper now! called latin landscapes, and today i ask my lovely teacher she said it was not chile it was argentina at 6,960 she even helped find the ansewre! so do not belive it is chile its not !

Which country has the highest elevation Switzerland or Sudan?

the highest elevation in Sudan is the Nuba Mountains and the elevation is like 3,000. But I don't know the highest elevation in Switzerland

Why can't Jewish people touch elevator buttons?

Most days of the year Jews can press elevator buttons. However, on Shabbat/Shabbos (the Jewish Sabbath), Friday from sundown until Saturday after twilight; and Jewish Holidays (a list of which you can find at http://www.answers.com/topic/jewish-holiday ), Jews are forbidden from closing electric circuits and putting on lights - as part of the 39 categories of "work" that they may not do on holy days (Exodus 31:13-17; Talmud, Shabbat 73b). (See a list of these categories on http://www.answers.com/topic/39-categories-of-activity-prohibited-on-shabbat ) Pressing elevator buttons would violate the prohibition of not doing "work" on these holy days.

Which country has the highest elevation?

The highest point on Earth, the summit of Mount Everest, isactually a part of the border between Nepal and China,traditionally Tibet. Therefore they both have the highest elevationon Earth, at 29,029 feet or 8,848 meters.

Which country has a higher elevation Spain or France?

France France - Mont Blanc 4,808 m (15,781 ft) Spain - Pico de Teide (Tenerife) on Canary Island 3,718 m (12,198ft) Research indicates that 90% of Mt. Blanc is in Italy. Furthermore,the location of the summit seems to be in question. There is some room for discussion. While France has the tallestpeak in European Union, much of France is lowland areas. Incontrast, much of Spain is on a mid-level plateau. This means theon average a place in Spain will have higher elevation than a placein France.

How do elevator buttons work?

When you press the button, a microswitch creates a circuit. That circuit sends a signal to the elevator controller, which is a computer that runs the elevator. Instantly, the controller powers the light inside the button, which is usually an LED. At the same time, the elevator is dispatched to your location based on a mathematical formula. Once the elevator arrives, the LEDs in the button are turned off. Buttons vary greatly, but a generally divided into vandal resistant or plastic. Vandal resistance is typically defined as a metal button that lands on solid metal when depressed. See www.epco.us for examples of many kinds of buttons.

What is the elevator earthquake button?

The button is used to allow the elevator doors to be open in a safe way and allow the building security etc. to know you are there and need rescue.

What countries have the highest elevation?

The countries that have the highest elevation are Nepal, China,Pakistan, India, and Bhutan. Nepal and China share the lead withthe 8,848 foot peak of Mt Everest. Then comes K2 in Pakistan at8,611 feet, Kangchenjunga in India at 8,586 feet, and GangkharPuensum in Bhutan at 7,570 feet.

Which countries in South America have the highest elevations?

Argentina and Chile, followed by Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador - have the highest elevations. The Andes mountain range runs through each of the above.

Does repeatedly pushing an elevator button make the elevator come sooner?

No. Pressing the button once will tell the control logic that a rider is waiting for the lift. It will respond by stopping the next upgoing or downgoing car on that floor. It's that simple..

The symbole Pb stands for?

Pb in chemistry stands for Lead, an element whose name in Latin is Plumbum (hence, Pb).

What does the 800 mark on silver stand for?

The mark means that out of 1000 parts 800 are of pure silver, it is a lower grade than Sterling Silver 925/1000

What is a high elevation Asian Country?

Nepal,in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains.The capital Kathmandu has an elevation of 4000metres above sea level.

What country has the lowest average elevation?

It would likely be any of several island countries, where the highest points are sometimes only a few meters above sea level. For the Maldives, in the Indian Ocean, the highest elevation is only 8 feet above sea level. Similarly, the average elevations of Nauru, Tuvalu, and the Marshall islands are only slightly above sea level.

In chemistry Pb stand for?

Lead. Scientific name, plumbum (pronounced, plum as in the fruit and bum as in anus) :P

Which countries in South America have high elevations?

Bolivia, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, peru. most of it really! Equador, Colombia, Panama, - Mexico (all countries in between)

A 400 Newtons person stands on a scale in an elevator What does it read when the elevator is at rest?

We must use: (Force) = (Mass) x (Acceleration) Force = 400 N Acceleration = 9.8 m/(s^2) Mass = M 400 N = ( M ) x ( 9.8 m/(s^2)) After calculating, we find the mass of the man to be 40.82 kg.

If you are standing on a scale in the elevator and the elevator starts to go up what will happen to the scale?

the weight on the scales will go up because gravity is pulling you down as the elevator pushes you up.

If A person weighing 400 newtons stands on a scale on a elevator what will it read if the elevator is at rest?

if you take the force of gravity as 9.8 then the scales will read 40.8kg but if you take the force of gravity as 10 then the sscales will read 40kg

What does 5c stand for?

The Iphone 5C is Iphone 5Colorful 5c can also stand for thenumber 500 ("c" is the Roman numeral for 100) or for 5 degreesCelsius (centigrade) . +++ . "5c" can not stand for any Roman numerals forthree reasons. For a start you do not mix Arabic and Roman numeralslike that - it would be nonsensical. Secondly, the Roman for 100 is capital " C ", but thirdly, in the Romanscale, 5 is V, 50 is L and 500 is D. The ' C ' isalso capital for degrees Celsius / Centigrade.

What does the mint mark S stand for?

The mint mark "S" on US coins means the coin was minted in San Francisco, California. For more information concerning mint marks visit the site at the related link, below. Coins produced at the Denver mint have a "D" and those at the Philadelphia mint have either no mint mark (for pennies and coins before 1980) or a "P" for all other denominations. Coins produced at the mint at West Point, NY (largely bullion coins, although some 1996 dimes were produced there) have a "W" mint mark.

What does NS stand for as a mark on jewelry?

The NS mark on jewelry can be either:\n. \nNewburyport Silver Company of Keene, NH \n. \nNational Silver Company

What is the stand by button on gears of war?

Okay theres a thing called your penis click/press it and white stuff comes out and go's on the xbox 360 controller. it does it for you.

If A person weighing 75 kg stands on a scale on a elevator what will it read if the elevator is at rest?

well I would say using newtonian mechanics he would weight as F=M x g, 75x9.7 which equals 727.5 newtons.

What country does AT stand for?

AT does not stand for any country's initials. - Wrong. AT stand for Austria, so when you see a website or and e-mail with ".AT" it means it is an Austrian based site.

In school marking what does P stand for?

I assume you're asking about grades on a college transcript, if so flip the transcript over and there will usually be a grading system key on the reverse side. Typically, a P grade stands for a proficiency credit. This most often means the student earned this credit by CLEP or some other means of accepted proficiency testing. Some colleges will let you "test out" of a course by just taking the course's final exam (provided you can demonstrate that you have applicable prior learning for the course). You still have to pay for the course just as if you had taken the class. Many colleges will still keep your money if you fail the exam and record the failure on your transcript. This option is not for the timid. However, I have seen a few grading system keys where a P grade meant that the student had and chose to exercise an option to take the class on a Pass/Fail basis, in this case P means the student passed. If there is no grading system key available for you to refer to, you should call the college that issued the credit for clarification.

Which button did Willy Wonka press in the glass elevator?

on which part the one when mike teevee was there or when the up and out part

What is a shuffle button on an elevator?

Here is the answer directly from Otis: " The Shuffle button is used only by Otis Technicians when they need to change the placement of the lower/upper deck elevators. It allows them to safely board the lower deck car top from the main lobby. A special code is required from the Elevator management system to allow shuffle operation to be activated." Keep in mind that the elevators in question are double-decked and serve two floors at once.

What does the lion mark on toys stand for?

The lion mark was developed in 1988 British Toy & Hobby Association as a symbol of toy safety and quality for the consumer. For a toy to display the Lion Mark, the supplier has signed a strict Code of Practice, (the BATR Code is based on this same document), which, as well as covering toy safety matters, demands the highest standards of ethics in advertising.

What country does NOT have land with elevations 1000ft?

There are, in fact, a number of countries whose highest points areless than 1000 ft below sea level. The lowest is the Indian Oceanarchipelago of the Maldives, its highest point only 7 ft above sealevel, and potentially at risk of total submerging due to risingsea levels. Also with high points lower than 1000 feet are (fromlowest to highest): Tuvalu, Marshall Islands, the Gambia, theBahamas, Nauru, Vatican City, Kiribati, Qatar, Bahrain, Monaco,Singapore, Denmark, Palau, Malta, Lithuania, and Guinea-Bissau.Most of these countries are flat island nations, and the remainderare flat coastal areas with evidently few hills or mountainousregions, or micro-nations so small that a sizeable hill simplywould not fit in the country's borders.

Are all Chanel buttons marked?

Yes. The actual answer to this question is no! Not all Chanel buttons are marked. I have come across many genuine Chanel buttons that have no markings at all, so because there is no marking - it does not necessarily mean it is not genuine, but you should be cautious over quality, style etc, but to say they are all marked is absolutely incorrect.

What does the D mint mark stand for?

For coins dated 1906 to the present, it means the coin was made at the Denver Mint. A "D" mint mark on an old (1838-1861) gold coin means it was made at the long-closed gold coin mint at Dahlonega, GA.

What does PBS and par stand for?

PBS: Planed Both Sides PAR: Planed All Round Both these terms are used to describe Ready-machined wood.

Which country has a higher elevation England or Spain?

Spain has a much higher elevation than England, 3718 meters in Spain to 1343 meters in the United Kingdom.

What does Pb stand for in gas?

Pb is an abbreviation for Lead. Sometimes used in certain lamps. When the lamp start up, it melts the lead and keeps heating it up until it turnes into a gas. As a gasform, lead radiates a lot of light given little energy. Most of these lamps has got some sort of filters attached to them because they radiate a lot of InfraRed light and wavelengts of light that can cause cancer. Regards.

What did the WIN buttons stand for?

During the Ford administration, inflation was seen as a looming financial problem to the US economy. A program was started to Whip Inflation Now - had popular buttons, but not much else.

Is the boundary that marks where temperatures begin to increase with elevation?

The boundary where temperature begins to increase with elevation, instead of decrease with elevation is called the Tropopause. This is where the the atmospheric layer closest to the ground, the Troposphere, encounters the Stratosphere, the second layer of our atmosphere.

What country is higher in elevation Panama or Mexico?

Mexico - highest point: Pico de Orizaba 5,610 m (18,393 ft). Panama - highest point: Volcan de Chiriqui 3,475 m (11,393 ft). Clearly, Mexico is higher in elevation than Panama.

Does the close door button on a Otis elevator work?

No, it doesn't. I was told that it was for people that have OCD so that they would feel better.

What is a Head Light button from PB Co which was patented Dec 9 1924 worth?

Headlight was an overall and workwear co. that became Carhartt. Its a button off of those. The buttons were made by patent button & co. .

What does Pb on a book format stands for?

Most likely it means "paperback". It could also mean "perfect bound", a particular style of paperback.

What do the 13 buttons on the sailors pants stand for?

In 1864, crackerjack trousers were designed with a "broadfall," or flap, held in place by seven of these easily replaced fasteners. After a slight length increase of the broadfall in 1894 - possibly linked to the average sailor's weight - six buttons were added for symmetrical design and to prevent an unwanted unveiling of the wearer.

What is one disadvantage of hunting from an elevated stand?

There are a few disadvantages of hunting from an elevated stand.One disadvantage is that the weapon may not angle correctly.

Is a woman pushing an elevator button exerting a force?

yes her finger is the (act)i(on) the movement of the elevator is a re(act)i(on) (con)firm(in)g the (quest)i(on)ed (for)ce

What does MARK stand for from ironman?

it means like . Prototype 1, etc etc etc. so mark 2 came after testings from mark 1 and etc etc

What does pov stand for pbs pov movies?

pov most often means point of view. In the sense of a pov movie it would be a movie narrated by one specific person and told in the way they see it. You get a feel for their opinions and bias.