Building Code

Business / Real Estate / Building Code: An ordinance that specifies minimum standards of construction for buildings to protect public safety and health.

Other Words for Building

Building Noun Synonyms: edifice, structure, construction, erection
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Other Words for Code

Code Noun Synonyms: cipher or cypher, cryptogram
Code Verb Synonyms: law(s), regulation(s), rule(s), jurisprudence, jus canonicum 'canon law', jus civile 'civil law', jus divinum 'divine law', jus gentium 'universal law', jus naturale 'natural law', corpus juris, pandect, common law, unwritten law
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Uniform Building Code

Business / Real Estate / Uniform Building Code: A national building code published by the International Conference of Building Officials. It has been adopted in part by municipalities throughout the United States, but used mostly in the western sta MORE

Building Permit

Business / Real Estate / Building Permit: Written governmental permission for the construction, alteration or demolition of an improvement, showing compliance with building codes and zoning ordinances. MORE

Nowell Codex

Entertainment / Literature / Nowell Codex: The common scholarly nickname for the medieval manuscript that contains Beowulf. The official designation for this manuscript is Cotton Vitellius A.xv. You can click here to see the first page of Beow MORE

NEC (National Electrical Code)

Business / Construction / NEC (National Electrical Code): A set of rules governing safe wiring methods. Local codes—which are backed by law—may differ from the NEC in some ways. MORE

NEC Temperature Code (T Code)

Technology / Motors / NEC Temperature Code (T Code): An index for describing maximum allowable 'skin' (surface) temperature of a motor under any normal or abnormal operating conditions. The 'T' codes are applicable to U.L. Iisted explosion-proof motors. MORE

ntegrated Receiver Decoder (IRD)

Technology / Television (TV) / ntegrated Receiver Decoder (IRD): Satellite TV system receiver with a built-in decoder for unscrambling subscription channels. It is usually called a satellite receiver. MORE

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