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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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Although Dolgan lacks double person marking, the fact that Dolgan requires a copula in the past tense is areally significant.
It was a very special event and all in aid of Areally good cause.
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.
Chippy got challenged with areally high tackle and it damaged his knee.
the former Pioneer Park site in ME-lheim / Main areally significant arsenic contamination was found.
All polygons are retained to maintain the pycnophylactic or mass-preserving property (Tobler 1979), which requires that as population is areally interpolated from source to target zones, the total population counts must remain unaltered.
Using an analytical solution of the Richards equation, Zhu and Mohanty (2003) showed that the efficacy of effective parameters to describe flow dynamics of areally heterogeneous fields depends on the flow condition and the degree of correlation between the hydraulic property parameters.
Areally, however, all the schools within the district use Dholuo in early primary, such that it would be nearly impossible to tell which of those schools may have been typically Suba schools.
She said: "Itend to get areally stiffneck and shoulders so I've got one of these in every room.
They look areally nice bunch to got to war with over the months ahead.
Areally fun little gadget, the heart-shaped mould sits in the middle of your pan.
In Cladodontida odontodes of approximately the same size were added areally, forming rather regular ring-like zones (Karatajute-Talimaa 1992), while in Karksilepis gen.