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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 play-area equipment and installation cost roughly $210,000; creating the off-leash area was about $20,000.
The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) guidelines for determining Usable Area were most recently updated in 1987 and recommend that landlords calculate Usable Area by measuring the entire floor to the outer facade of the building (often beyond the window line) and deducting only floor penetrations (e.
3 starts to go toward the 2 at the weakside block area, and then reverses his direction to curl tightly around the double-stagger screen set by 4 and 5.
SPILLOVER EFFECTS AS the amount of impervious-surface area increases, the environmental consequences become more serious.
multilocularis coproantigen was detected by a sandwich-enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (EM ELISA) (25), which was recently validated for testing field fecal samples in eastern France (26) and our study area (22).
The standard formula that is used for tooling design states that the percent of vent open area for the drag portion of the corebox should be approximately 70-80% of the vent open area of the cope portion of the corebox.
Marty Peterson, tourism marketing manager, says the organization is currently in the process of identifying the target market for a new marketing campaign they are working on to establish the area from Port Severn to Killarney under the brand name East Georgian Bay.
Furthermore, she says water withdrawals, like ski area expansions themselves, are regulated by local, state, and federal authorities.
You can also ask them to compare the soil critters they found over in the fire pit to the ones they found in the forested area.
There is a small office in each wing for nurses, but they are encouraged to do paperwork in the activities areas, rather than being isolated in a separate office area.
In many ways, the Virginia Lake area qualifies as a classic candidate for a problem-oriented policing approach.
8 percent of the most remote rural counties (defined as nonmetro counties that are not adjacent to a metro area and do not contain a city with 10,000 or more residents) have at least one public library outlet.
More importantly perhaps, opponents point to the very large areas of the existing city that should be developed, particularly along the harbour, where changes in industry and trade have left large sites derelict or vacant - for instance there is a very large empty area left by a shipbuilding yard in Christianshavn opposite the Christiansborg Palace, the seat of Parliament in the very heart of the city.
As a starting point for analysis, we were furnished a list of thirty-nine census tracts and a list of banks and thrift institutions that were identified by the committee as having a branch or office located in these specific census tracts, or, as I will refer to it in the testimony, the "target area.
A policy to continue a fee-for-service system will no doubt result in efforts to designate Central Park as a rural area.