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Synonyms for sectional

relating to or restricted to a particular territory

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a piece of furniture made up of sections that can be arranged individually or together

consisting of or divided into sections

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related or limited to a distinct region or subdivision of a territory or community or group of people

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Table 18: Global 15-Year Perspective for Sectional Terminal
Open after qualifying through both local and sectional play.
We've been talking to a number of sectional timing providers and I've witnessed a number of trials in the UK.
Kingspan has over 40 years experience in producing fire resistant materials for the construction industry; it manufactures a unique urethane foam core which is then sandwiched between galvanised steel stucco exterior panels to create a sara sectional door.
This atlas for radiologists, radiology residents, and technologists presents about 800 illustrations of the normal sectional anatomy of the musculoskeletal system to aid in the diagnosis of diseases affecting the joints, soft tissues, bones, and bone marrow.
2006) that contents various commands to design industrial parts and to obtain shop drawing, it has limitations because it does not allow obtaining of all sectional view types in layouts.
After seeing the frustrations customers were experiencing with sectional doors at the loading dock, we believe this product is a good solution that helps address those issues," Rite-Hite Aftermarket President and CEO Paul Maly said.
Angled the brown leather sectional so that client Tina Romasanta could face both the windows and the TV.
The cross sectional area was kept the same, so the overall metal velocities and mold filling speeds were equal.
Marston C, Meltzer H and Majeed A, Impact on contraceptive practice of making emergency hormonal contraception available over the counter in Great Britain: repeated cross sectional surveys, British Medical Journal, 2005, 331(7511):271 <http://bmj.
NIR spectra were obtained from the radial and cross sectional (original, rough, and sanded) surfaces of blocks cut from the ends of 280 clear wood samples (140 matching juvenile and mature wood).
Dejected keepers have picked the ball out the net no fewer than 178 times as the sectional ties in the Kerr & Smith Cup reached the halfway stage.
To qualify, Whaley won the state sectional championship in September, the only woman in the field.
Using impressive social historical research and drawing from his vast knowledge of nineteenth-century American political history, he argues that sectional differences in mob violence contributed to escalating tensions between the North and the South.
Ashley will make its first major sectional introduction at this month's show.
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