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a surrounding site

a rather small part of a geographic unit considered in regard to its inhabitants or distinctive characteristics

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the extent of a 2-dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary

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The players should target their runs to cover the near post, mid-goal, and the far post areas (1, 6, 2).
The changing industrial and occupational structure of employment in rural areas and the concomitant decline in rural wages appear to have been a primary cause of the widening gap between rural and urban conditions.
The brief required all entries to respect various existing elements of the site - for instance the common to the west, the university and other institutions to the north, certain protected natural wetland areas within the site, and the Belle Center, the national exhibition centre which at the moment rather bizarrely projects into the middle of the common.
The history lesson derived from the past decade of experiences with the Medicare prospective payment system reveals that the definition of special geographic areas for the purposes of reimbursement results in a gerrymandered, patchwork approach in the health care payment system.
The agency monitors these areas to maintain them in a natural condition, allowing only non-manipulative research, observation, and study.
Projects With Industry programs, for example, have proven very effective in urban and suburban areas.
Ventilation, including providing proper clean make-up air in the areas of use, is very important.
Responding to requests from dog lovers, the city created an off-leash area inside of Hull Park at 30th Street West just north of Avenue M.
So you may be thinking to yourself, okay, a 25% full floor Loss Factor means that tenants actually occupy 75% of the rentable area in a recently sold Manhattan office building, right?
In suburban areas where homes are built on one-third-acre lots, about 35 percent of the ground is impermeable to precipitation.
Certain areas in the lower furnace of kraft recovery boilers consistently have higher corrosion rates than the nearby areas.
In the past 2 decades, foxes have started to colonize in cities around the world (12 14), and evidence of the parasite cycle in urban areas is increasing (13,15,16).
The fact that the vaporized amine must pass into all areas of the sand mass during the curing cycle is the initial reasoning for using fewer vents in the drag portion of the corebox compared to the cope portion of the corebox.
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