Alani is highly agitated when seeing the photo since Nathan is her ex-boyfriend who ran off to Europe with her and her family's money. Now that Nathan is back in Kauai, Alani promises to seek revenge for what he's done. Alani's words come back to haunt her as she becomes the 1 suspect when Nathan is found dead in her surf shop.
Sam risks all to save her best friend from being prosecuted, even if it means risking her own life. As always, these books keep me captivated with the descriptions of lush and beautiful Kauai. However, I stayed glued to this particular book because the mystery was intriguing and I love Sam and Casey's relationship.
This author is one of the better authors in the entire series and she made me want to hop on a plane to Kauai to join Sam, Casey, Alani and the remaining cast of characters. In the About the Author excerpt at the end of the book, there is this description: "Her main wish is to write books you can sit back, relax with, and escape from your everyday life I received an ARC from the publisher for purposes of an unbiased review. See all reviews. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
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Artificial barricade. An artificial mound or revetment a minimum thickness of 3 feet mm. Natural barricade. Natural features of the ground, such as hills, or timber of sufficient density that the surrounding exposures that require protection cannot be seen from the magazine or building containing explosives when the trees are bare of leaves. The flood having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year. The portion of a building having its floor subgrade below ground level on all sides.
This definition of " Basement " is limited in application to the provisions of Section A story that is not a story above grade plane see " Story above grade plane ". This definition of " Basement " does not apply to the provisions of Section for flood loads.
A building or other structure in which vertical loads from floors and roofs are primarily supported by walls. An owner -occupied residence resulting from a conversion of a one-family dwelling, used for providing overnight accommodations and a morning meal to not more than ten transient lodgers, and containing not more than five bedrooms for such lodgers.
The horizontal layer of mortar on which a masonry unit is laid. Tiered seating supported on a dedicated structural system and two or more rows high and is not a building element see " Grandstand ". A building arranged or used for lodging for compensation, with or without meals, and not occupied as a single-family unit.
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid equals the atmospheric pressure of Where an accurate boiling point is unavailable for the material in question, or for mixtures which do not have a constant boiling point , for the purposes of this classification, the percent evaporated point of a distillation performed in accordance with ASTM D86 shall be used as the boiling point of the liquid.
A straight line through the building plan that represents the location of the lateral resistance provided by the wall bracing. A full-height section of wall constructed to resist in-plane shear loads through interaction of framing members, sheathing material and anchors.
The panel 's length meets the requirements of its particular bracing method and contributes toward the total amount of bracing required along its braced wall line. For revolving doors, a process whereby wings or door panels can be pushed open manually for means of egress travel. Calcium silicate sand lime brick. A pressed and subsequently autoclaved unit that consists of sand and lime, with or without the inclusion of other materials.
Clay or shale. A solid or hollow masonry unit of clay or shale , usually formed into a rectangular prism , then burned or fired in a kiln; brick is a ceramic product.
A concrete masonry unit made from Portland cement, water, and suitable aggregates, with or without the inclusion of other materials. Any structure utilized or intended for supporting or sheltering any occupancy.
See "Area, building. A fundamental component of building construction, listed in Table , which may or may not be of fire-resistance-rated construction and is constructed of materials based on the building type of construction.
See "Height, building. A building product that incorporates photovoltaic modules and functions as a component of the building envelope. A photovoltaic panel that functions as a component of the building envelope. The line established by law, beyond which a building shall not extend, except as specifically provided by law. The officer or other designated authority charged with the administration and enforcement of this code, or a duly authorized representative.
A building permit , construction permit , demolition permit or permit that authorizes the performance of work. Two or more layers of felt cemented together and surfaced with a cap sheet, mineral aggregate , smooth coating or similar surfacing material. A structure in which the uplift is resisted by cables or webbings which are anchored to either foundations or dead men. Reinforcing cable or webbing is attached by various methods to the membrane or is an integral part of the membrane.
This is not a cable-supported structure. A permanent structure or architectural projection of rigid construction over which a covering is attached that provides weather protection, identity or decoration. A canopy is permitted to be structurally independent or supported by attachment to a building on one or more sides. A stationary, rechargeable energy storage system consisting of capacitors, chargers, controls and associated electrical equipment designed to provide electrical power to a building or facility.
The system is typically used to provide standby or emergency power, an uninterruptable power supply, load shedding, load sharing or similar capabilities. Preengineered capacitor energy storage system. A capacitor energy storage system consisting of capacitors, an energy management system, components and modules that are produced in a factory, designed to constitute the system when assembled and shipped to the job site for assembly.
Prepackaged capacitor energy storage system. A capacitor energy storage system consisting of capacitors, an energy management system, components and modules that is factory assembled and then shipped as a complete unit for installation at the job site. A system supplying carbon dioxide CO 2 from a pressurized vessel through fixed pipes and nozzles.
The system includes a manual- or automatic -actuating mechanism. A single- or multiple-station alarm intended to detect carbon monoxide gas and alert occupants by a distinct audible signal.
It incorporates a sensor, control components and an alarm notification appliance in a single unit. A device with an integral sensor to detect carbon monoxide gas and transmit an alarm signal to a connected alarm control unit. In Group I-2 occupancies, a group of treatment rooms, care recipient sleeping rooms and the support rooms or spaces and circulation space within the suite where staff are in attendance for supervision of all care recipients within the suite, and the suite is in compliance with the requirements of Section A building stone manufactured from Portland cement concrete precast and used as a trim , veneer or facing on or in buildings or structures.
The maximum concentration of an airborne contaminant to which one may be exposed. Ceiling radiation dampers include air terminal units, ceiling dampers and ceiling air diffusers. A room within a housing unit in a detention or correctional facility used to confine inmates or prisoners. Levels of cells vertically stacked above one another within a housing unit.
A mixture of Portland or blended cement, Portland cement or blended cement and hydrated lime, masonry cement or plastic cement and aggregate and other approved materials as specified in this code. A certificate stating that materials and products meet specified standards or that work was done in compliance with approved construction documents.
A document issued by the authority having jurisdiction certifying that the building complies with the approved construction documents that have been submitted to and approved by the authority having jurisdiction , indicating it to be in a condition suitable for occupancy.
A change in the use of a building or a portion a building which results in one of the following:. A property consisting of a tract of land and any tents , vehicles, buildings or other structures that may be pertinent to its use, any part of which may be occupied by persons under eighteen years of age under general supervision for the purpose of outdoor or indoor organized activities and on which provisions are made for overnight occupancy of children.
However, the term "children's overnight camp" shall not include any place or facility which has been excepted from the State Sanitary Code by the Commissioner of the New York State Department of Health pursuant to Section 1 of the Public Health Law. A structure composed of one or more components, where the user enters a play environment. A primarily vertical structure containing one or more flues, for the purpose of carrying gaseous products of combustion and air from a fuel-burning appliance to the outdoor atmosphere.
Factory-built chimney. A listed and labeled chimney composed of factory-made components, assembled in the field in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and the conditions of the listing. Masonry chimney. A field-constructed chimney composed of solid masonry units, bricks , stones, or concrete. Metal chimney.
A field-constructed chimney of metal. High-heat appliance type. Low-heat appliance type. Temperatures shall be measured at the appliance flue outlet. Masonry type.
A field-constructed chimney of solid masonry units or stones. Medium-heat appliance type. An exterior or interior way of passage from one place to another for pedestrians. Electrically nonconducting, volatile or gaseous fire extinguishant that does not leave a residue upon vaporation. Buildings or portions thereof used to provide medical care on less than a hour basis to persons who are not rendered incapable of self-preservation by the services provided.
The use of a solid or liquid hazardous material involving a closed vessel or system that remains closed during normal operations where vapors emitted by the product are not liberated outside of the vessel or system and the product is not exposed to the atmosphere during normal operations; and all uses of compressed gases.
Examples of closed systems for solids and liquids include product conveyed through a piping system into a closed vessel, system or piece of equipment. Area within a special flood hazard area , landward of a V zone or landward of an open coast without mapped coastal high-hazard areas. In a coastal A zone , the principal source of flooding must be astronomical tides, storm surges, seiches or tsunamis, not riverine flooding. Area within the special flood hazard area extending from offshore to the inland limit of a primary dune along an open coast and any other area that is subject to high-velocity wave action from storms or seismic sources, and shown on a Flood Insurance Rate Map FIRM or other flood hazard map as velocity Zone V, VO, VE or V The program under which an authority having jurisdiction administers and enforces this code, as such program is currently in effect and as such program may hereafter be amended from time to time.
Vertical longitudinal space between wythes of masonry or between masonry wythe and backup construction that is permitted to be filled with mortar or grout. A horizontal diaphragm element parallel and in line with the applied force that collects and transfers diaphragm shear forces to the vertical elements of the lateral force-resisting system or distributes forces within the diaphragm , or both.
A listed device installed in ducts and air transfer openings designed to close automatically upon the detection of heat and resist the passage of flame and smoke. The device is installed to operate automatically , controlled by a smoke detection system, and where required, is capable of being positioned from a fire command center. A geotechnical composite construction that combines the bearing effect of both foundation elements, raft and piles, by taking into account interactions between the foundation elements and the subsoil.
Finely divided solid material that is microns or less in diameter and which, when dispersed in air in the proper proportions, could be ignited by a flame, spark or other source of ignition.
Combustible dust will pass through a U. Readily ignitable and free-burning materials in a fibrous or shredded form, such as cocoa fiber, cloth, cotton, excelsior, hay, hemp, henequen, istle, jute, kapok, oakum, rags, sisal, Spanish moss, straw, tow, wastepaper, certain synthetic fibers or other like materials.
This definition does not include densely packed baled cotton. Combustible liquids shall be subdivided as follows:. Class II. Class IIIA. Class IIIB. The category of combustible liquids does not include compressed gases or cryogenic fluids.
A motor vehicle used to transport passengers or property where the motor vehicle meets one of the following:. That portion of exit access travel distance measured from the most remote point of each room, area or space to that point where the occupants have separate and distinct access to two exits or exit access doorways. Interior or exterior circulation paths , rooms, spaces or elements that are not for public use and are made available for the shared use of two or more people.
A material or mixture of materials that meets both of the following:. Carbonate aggregate. Concrete made with aggregates consisting mainly of calcium or magnesium carbonate, such as limestone or dolomite, and containing 40 percent or less quartz, chert or flint.
Lightweight aggregate. Perlite aggregate is produced from a volcanic rock which, when heated, expands to form a glass-like material of cellular structure. Concrete made with a combination of expanded clay, shale, slag, slate, sintered fly ash, or any natural lightweight aggregate meeting ASTM C and possessing equivalent fire-resistance properties and natural sand.
Siliceous aggregate. Concrete made with normal-weight aggregates consisting mainly of silica or compounds other than calcium or magnesium carbonate, which contains more than percent quartz, chert or flint.
A light weight insulating concrete made with vermiculite concrete aggregate which is laminated micaceous material produced by expanding the ore at high temperatures. A building or part thereof that contains sleeping units where residents share bathroom or kitchen facilities , or both. A designated location at a facility staffed by trained personnel on a continuous basis where alarm or supervisory signals are monitored and facilities are provided for notification of the fire department or other emergency services.
Written, graphic and pictorial documents prepared or assembled for describing the design, location and physical characteristics of the elements of a project necessary for obtaining a building permit. See Section Type I. Type II. Type III. Type IV. Type V. Insulating material that is continuous across all structural members without thermal bridges other than fasteners and service openings. It is installed on the interior or exterior, or is integral to any opaque surface of the building envelope.
Spaces within a building where quantities of hazardous materials not exceeding the maximum allowable quantities per control area are stored, dispensed, used or handled. A self-compacted, cementitious material used primarily as a backfill in place of compacted fill. Construction whose primary structural elements are formed by a system of repetitive wood-framing members.
See Section for conventional light-frame construction provisions. A projecting horizontal molded element located at or near the top of an architectural feature. An enclosed exit access component that defines and provides a path of egress travel.
See " Open-ended corridor. A listed device intended for use where air ducts penetrate or terminate at horizontal openings in the ceilings of fire-resistance -rated corridors , where the corridor ceiling is permitted to be constructed as required for the corridor walls. The ability of a material to withstand deterioration of its surface or its properties when exposed to its environment. A chemical that causes visible destruction of, or irreversible alterations in, living tissue by chemical action at the point of contact.
A chemical shall be considered corrosive if, when tested on the intact skin of albino rabbits by the method described in DOTn 49 CFR, Part This term does not refer to action on inanimate surfaces. An open, uncovered space, unobstructed to the sky, bounded on three or more sides by exterior building walls or other enclosing devices.
A single building enclosing a number of tenants and occupants, such as retail stores, drinking and dining establishments, entertainment and amusement facilities , passenger transportation terminals, offices and other similar uses wherein two or more tenants have a main entrance into one or more malls. Anchor buildings shall not be considered as a part of the covered mall building.
The term " covered mall building " shall include open mall buildings as defined below. A roofed or covered common pedestrian area within a covered mall building that serves as access for two or more tenants and not to exceed three levels that are open to each other. The term " mall " shall include open malls as defined below. Open mall. An unroofed common pedestrian way serving a number of tenants not exceeding three levels.
Circulation at levels above grade shall be permitted to include open exterior balconies leading to exits discharging at grade. Open mall building. Several structures housing a number of tenants, such as retail stores, drinking and dining establishments, entertainment and amusement facilities , offices, and other similar uses, wherein two or more tenants have a main entrance into one or more open malls. Anchor buildings are not considered as a part of the open mall building.
A framed stud wall extending from the top of the foundation to the underside of floor framing for the lowest occupied floor level. A circuit that requires continuous operation to ensure safety of the structure and occupants. A prefabricated engineered wood product consisting of not less than three layers of solid -sawn lumber or structural composite lumber where the adjacent layers are cross oriented and bonded with structural adhesive to form a solid wood element. Assistance with day-to-day living tasks; such as assistance with cooking, taking medication, bathing, using toilet facilities and other tasks of daily living.
A decorative composite glazing material made of individual pieces of glass that are embedded in a cast matrix of concrete or epoxy. Any building, structure or portion thereof that meets any of the conditions described below shall be deemed dangerous:. A portable magazine designed to hold explosive materials constructed in accordance with the requirements for a Type 3 magazine as defined and classified in Chapter 56 of the International Fire Code.
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