Multi-ring (non-overlapping) Buffers with Manifold 9

In my last post, I showed you how to create multi-ring, non-overlapping buffers with spatial SQL in PostGIS.  In this post, I want to do the same thing, but with Manifold GIS.  To be honest, it is pretty much the same thing, although, I think Manifold is a little easier because they utilize a FIRST aggregate function in SQL, where in PostGIS, we had to use a DISTINCT ON.  Either way, it is pretty easy, so now database and SQL professionals have a way to create multi-ring buffers entirely in SQL.

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