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Synonyms for region

in the region of: vicinity

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  • vicinity
  • in the area of
  • in the range of
  • in the scope of
  • in the neighbourhood of
  • in the sphere of

Synonyms for region

a particular area used for or associated with a specific individual or activity

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the approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in 'in the region of')

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The subjects' thermal sensation is shown to have a positive linear relationship with the manikin-based equivalent temperature in the facial region and a negative linear relationship with DR in the feet region.
After extracting the main facial region from a 3D scan, registration (pose correction) is performed.
The subjects were asked to assess the acceptability of local air movement in the facial region (Figure 2) and indicate any preferred change in air movement at the face in the next question (Figure 3).
The clinical presentation differs according to the site involved, but the most common symptoms are unilateral nasal obstruction, epistaxis, pain in the facial region, and swelling of the facial and orbital region.
When measurements of the facial region are plotted against data from Mead & Lawler (1994), the skull appears to be closer to O.
The key difference is signals from the facial region are processed by three different brain regions at the same time.
Since they have a strong effect on the facial region, these types of alterations are highly visible, they affect the appearance, and thus the psychological state, social life, and possibility of the patient to found a family, to name a few.
She divided each face into several regions; classified the color of each part of the face, including the hair and skin; and assigned a score based on the total number of different colors across the facial regions.
Thus, CIFASD researchers have found that differences exist in the shape of particular facial regions between children with FAS and controls (Klingenberg et al.