A ball which has gone dead is considered out of play. The ball may be freely touched once permission has been granted by the official, or if no official is present, by the opposing team. There is no penalty for touching the ball after it is dead, regardless of whether or not permission was given to touch the ball. A player may wipe shot marks off any part of the table while the ball is not in play. He does not need to ask permission of the opposing team. The penalty for violation of this rule is as follows:If the player has possession of the ball, and the ball is stopped loss of possession to the opposing team. If the ball is moving in the player's goal area behind the two man rod a point is scored for the opposing team, and the ball is re served as if it had gone in the goal. Any other case technical foul. Alterations to the Table Playing area no changes can be made that would affect the interior playing characteristics of the table by any player. This includes changes to the men, playing surface, bumpers, etc. A player cannot wipe sweat or spit or any foreign substance on his hand before wiping ball marks off the table.
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040 incorporating commercial wording, the sign area includes only the portion of the mural which contains the wording circumscribed as set forth in this definition. In the case of double sided signs, erected in a manner so that the display surfaces are placed directly back to back to one another, the area of one side is that which is used to calculate the allowed area of a sign, provided the surfaces are identical in size, color and design. In the case of business listing signs, each business sign area shall be calculated separately, and compiled for a total area excluding clearly defined spacing and/or gaps. “Start of construction, special flood hazard” means and includes substantial improvement, and means the date the building permit was issued, provided the actual start of construction, repair, reconstruction, placement or other improvement as within 180 days of the permit date. The actual start means either the first placement of permanent construction of a structure on a site, such as the pouring of slab or footings, the installation of piles, the construction of columns, or any work beyond the stage of excavation; or the placement of a manufactured home on a foundation. Permanent construction does not include land preparation, such as clearing, grading and filling; nor does it include the installation of streets and/or walkways; nor does it include excavation for a basement, footings, piers, or foundations or the erection of temporary forms; nor does it include the installation on the property of accessory buildings, such as garages or sheds not occupied as dwelling units or not part of the main structure.