hoarding


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large outdoor signboard

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If they are found to be hoarding, prosecute, arrest [them],' he said.
COUNCIL chiefs say they are increasingly concerned about people in Liverpool hoarding objects, computers and even animals.
The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), Ibadan field office, on Wednesday, clamped down on filling stations in Ibadan, Iseyin and Ogbomoso hoarding fuel and selling above the official petrol price of N145 per litre.
Abu Dhabi Two hoardings on the Corniche, one at Hilal Clock Tower and one by the Hilton, both with countdown timers; a 70m hoarding on the corner of Al Salam and Al Falah Streets; a 70m hoarding on Electra Road (Zayed 2nd Street) by Abu Dhabi Mall and Le Meridien Hotel; a hoarding at Khalifa park; a hoarding on Electra Street; a trivision roof top above the Tourist Club post office; also mupis, scaffolding, building wraps and trucks.
Introduction: Compulsive hoarding is known to impact upon occupational roles and routines.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Most of the pediatric hoarding literature focuses on hoarding accompanied by obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Each year, between 900 and 2,000 new cases of animal hoarding, impacting as many as 250,000 animals, are reported in the U.
The most obvious victims in animal hoarding cases are the animals themselves.
What the first- year MTech student didn't know was that her one- line post would land her on a 5- feet high hoarding.
Commissioner Bahawalpur said that security of the citizens is of a vital significance and all bill-boards and hoarding which may pose threat to the lives of the citizens must immediately be removed.
In the intervening period, no permission shall be granted by any of the authority in Karachi to install the Billboard and Hoarding on any portion of public property as clarified hereinabove.
Summary: Hoarding disorder, newly included as a separate diagnostic entity in the Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders section of DSM-5, has been reported to have significantly different symptoms and etiology than obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Hoarding disorder (HD) is a newly added mental disorder in the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5; American Psychiatric Association [APA], 2013).