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a surrounding site

a rather small part of a geographic unit considered in regard to its inhabitants or distinctive characteristics

Synonyms for area

the extent of a 2-dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary

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The coeval Chilcotin Group volcanics [#29c] are located a short distance to the north in Canada, and although they arc areally extensive they are volumetrically minor.
As would be expected, the service areas surrounding each hospital areally constrict when the Network analysis allocation procedure is rerun with this alternative demand condition.
Thus the single, areally dominant soil could be a sandy type, but the majority of the grid cell could be an array of clayey soils ranging in texture from 28 to 35% clay.
1992) concluded that spectral vegetation indices obtained from coarse resolution satellite data may provide good areally integrated estimates of photosynthesis.
Many of the categories within each of these classifications were described as having areally wide amplitudes in their plant compositions.
Well analysis indicated unusually high porosity and permeability, a large areally extended feature and a thick pay section, indicating excellent potential for this discovery.
During regional interpretation and mapping of vintage 2D seismic reflection data, Providence identified an areally extensive (c.
Whereas it is quite likely that the existence of such negative verbs must be areally linked to Tungusic, the (former) existence of the verb 'not want' in Nganasan should be considered a result of individual Nganasan-Evenki contacts.
ere are plenty to be found at auction houses and antique fairs, but for a completely new set styled on the sixties design, I love the Denby Heritage collection which adds areally rustic feel.
While Chuxnaban Mixe shows many areally and typologically common features, such as obstruent voicing in voiced environments, VOT patterns related to closure duration and place of articulation, nasal place assimilation, and consonant cluster reduction, among others, it also manifests typologically less common features, such as phonemic glottalization and aspiration of vowels and two distinct types of palatalization.
All their Midlands fans will get in the party mood and have areally good time.
To my knowledge, this alternation is not observed in any other areally or typologically related language: Mandarin and Cantonese show invariant (preverbal) word order for such expressions; Thai also shows an invariant distribution; in Khmer, a past tense morpheme is attached directly to the wh-expression (again, with invariant word order).