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  • Stadia designed for a particular sport will always offer a better viewing experience than multi venue facilities.

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  • Her career path began when she acquired a job at Stadia Books, a publishing house specializing in sports publications.

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  • Stadia, chanting crowds, slogans, rallies, microphoned platforms and speakers with fire in their eyes.

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  • Again, I would have expected either Stadia or Stadiums.

    Viewing Sports Stadiums on Google Maps

  • Stadia is an ancient measure of length - so to avoid confusion many would argue 'stadiums' should be used for the plural of 'stadium'.

    Viewing Sports Stadiums on Google Maps

  • I'll change the title - but should I change it to 'Stadiums' or 'Stadia'?

    Viewing Sports Stadiums on Google Maps

  • "Stadia will be powered by generators in terms of Fifa requirements," he said.

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  • To obtain the horizontal distance (not the inclined distance) the operator must take the product of the Stadia Intercept and the height of the table (H) and subtract the result form the inclined distance.

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  • By using the Stadia Up and Stadia Down intercepts, the operator can accurately tell the distance from the stadia rod by subtracting the top from the bottom.

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  • Figuring out the proper sightline—the height a row should be raised above the one in front of it—is so complex that one of the standard texts in stadium design, Stadia by John and Sheard, recommends architects let a computer do the calculation.

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