Ukraynaca'da living space
He is an individual with his own living space and his own sleeping space.
First floor of the house is a public area. The second floor is living space.
Adapted equipment, aids and numerous modern electronic systems make it possible to manage living space.
Europa is not merely a political construction, but an intellectual living space.
European agriculture is one of the main foundations of the European Union, our shared culture and our living space.
A household is a group that shares the same living space and finances.
The average American living space is twice as large as the living space in Japan.
The Danube is a lifeline, as we have heard today, and the Danube Region is the living space.
It is a good thing that concern for social distortion is so great; however, in this case it is a question of saving our living space for our descendents.
The oceans provide 99% of the earth's living space and fish supply the highest percentage of the world's protein consumed by humans; 3.5 billion people depend on them for their primary source of food.
space sought for occupation by a nation whose population is expanding: lebensraum, elbow room, room, way