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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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Another method is to reduce the outside diameter of the machine-nozzle tip to reduce the contact area.
Boston, MA) to record peak pressures and total contact area.
This is because cone shape cutter is with the largest shear contact area and least shear stress.
It was not surprising to find higher total force and total contact area in subjects without RUGARN plantar because of the exposure to higher loads.
Total contact area has decreasing trend with finer mesh structure, and results of the coarse and finer mesh structures are close.
2] depend on initial conditions in the contact area A.
Lack of the spurious slippage reduces in 2-3 times the stressed wheel metal condition in the contact area of wheel and rail and brings to the minimum of their tread wear.
I think as a back line we have definitely developed another side to our game where we are really good in the contact area because we've got to provide quick ball as well.
There is the massive risk of cracking the contact area.
When a board is closer to the nozzle, the contact area gets much larger.
Everyone in rugby understands the importance of the contact area," he said.
He said: "We can dream about how we would like to play the game but if you don't get the contact area right it's fantasy, your dreams won't come true.
The panel-mounted receptacle has an internal sliding cap that moves forward and seals the contact area when the plug is disconnected from the receptacle.
The spaces that widen out from the contact area labially or buccally and lingually are called labial or buccal and lingual interproximal embrasures.