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What dimension comes first when describing property?
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What dimension was the universe at the first instant of the big bang?
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Which are the eleven dimensions in universe?
The first dimension is primary (length). The second dimension is secondary (width). The third dimmension is tertiary (height). Those are the 3 basic spatial dimensions. The fourth dimension is time. The fifth dimension is the rotation of primary. The sixth dimension is the rotation of secondary (and primary). The seventh dimension is the rotation of tertiary (secondary and primary). The eighth dimension is the pulse of time. The ninth dimension is the energy radiation of primary. The tenth dimension is the energy radiation of secondary. The eleventh dimension is the energy radiation of tertiary. In total there are 10 spatial dimensions and 1 time dimension, in other words, 11 spacetime dimensions.
What is the first dimension of Herzberg's two-factor theory?
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When was the first major standard describing a structured cabling system released?
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When was the division Dell Dimension launched on the market?
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What can a minor be charged with for destruction of property first offense?
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Does a sheriffs deed of trust eliminate a 1st Senior Mortgage?
No. The mortgage remains in first place as an encumbrance against the property. No. The mortgage remains in first place as an encumbrance against the property. No. The mortgage remains in first place as an encumbrance against the property. No. The mortgage remains in first place as an encumbrance against the property.
What can you do if someone builds a fence on your property?
If someone has built a fence on your property, the first thing that you need to do is to send them a letter informing them of it and requesting that they remove the fence. If they do not respond, then you will have to hire an attorney to make them move it. It will require that a surveyor comes out and verifies who is right and who is wrong.