adnexa

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accessory or adjoining anatomical parts or appendages to an organ (especially of the embryo)

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Beyond its high design and evident craftsmanship, the Crib is part of an alluring universe of small, secondary buildings planners call them accessory structures that can range from simple yoga spaces to home offices to weekend abodes.
Structures allowed within 50 feet of shore include "accessory structures" like patios and retaining walls, but not decks, boathouses or structures exceeding 150 square feet and 12 feet in height, Aube said.
This includes approving the design, fabrication and installation plans, as well as granting rights-of-way for pipelines and accessory structures that are wholly contained within the boundaries of a single lease, unitized leases, or contiguous leases under a single lessee or operator.
However, even in the absence of symbionts, the light organ of aposymbiotic animals converts from a rounded to a bilobed shape and elaborates the accessory structures of the organ.
Accessory Structures. To facilitate the tunnel's useful function, access, junction, and drop-shaft structures were incorporated into the project.
Pleasant Rd., Brantford township, to rezone the lands from Village Residential (VR) to Village Residential with a Special Exception to permit a total area of all accessory structures of 185 square metres whereas 93 square metres was permitted, and a height of 5.5 metres whereas 4.5 metres was permitted.
Created with the help of citizen advisory committees, the citywide rules would govern a subset of housing, such as secondary dwellings of no more than 800 square feet built on the same lots as existing homes, and the construction of detached garages, studios, sheds and other accessory structures. The rules also would allow the creation of lots and houses off alleys.
The commissioners--recognizing that this policy was unnecessary, accomplished nothing and was burdening landowners --decided to change it so that landowners could build their accessory structures first.
"The commission indicated that the tennis court parcel and others were included `to ensure that future development, including accessory structures and accessory parking areas, are consistent with the character of the district,'" the Appeals Court ruling said.
Then, regular meeting: administrative enforcement procedures for unpermitted accessory structures; district boundary change fees; compensation plan for county administrator and county counsel.