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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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Provincial Agriculture Department director Chhim Serey Vichara said the government permits people to plant rice in Area 2, but only in specific locations.
Unemployment rates for prime-working-age adults (ages 25-54) in large metropolitan areas, small metropolitan areas, and nonmetropolitan areas were quite similar from 1997 through 2014.
All customers with existing 619 and 858 numbers will retain their current telephone numbers; however, customers must dial 1 plus the three-digit area code for all calls to and from telephone numbers with the 619 and 858 area codes.
The CPUC has started the process to introduce a new area code to the area now served by the 805 area code, as the 805 is now expected to use up its available prefixes by June 2018 due to increased demand.
The Midwest was the only area to experience an increase in the quarter-over-quarter change, rising from 2.6 percent in the second quarter to 4.9% in the third quarter.
The Hurricane Katrina Disaster Area includes all of Louisiana Mississippi, Alabama and Florida
"It's just that the cost of land and homes in certain areas has gone through the roof, mainly because zoning and other land use restrictions have made usable land scarcer."
Full bodied and rich with extensive knowledge." She and Allen met at a wine grower's event in the area. They instantly knew the idea would work.
The first phase of the program was a regional lake-sediment geochemical survey, where 26,000 samples were collected north of 55[degrees]N from an area of approximately 350,000 [km.sup.2].
Ask any football coach in the world and he will tell you that the most important area or zone on the football field is the "Red Zone." They will also tell you that the success or failure of a team will usually ride on how well it executes in the 20 to goal line area.
This will improve access to information about human, government and community services for area residents.
Any individual whose main home is located in the disaster area; see, e.g., IR News Release 2005-96.
But things began to sour in the 1970s as many of the area's middle-income residents began moving to other parts of the city.