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Synonyms for region

in the region of: vicinity

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  • vicinity
  • in the area of
  • in the range of
  • in the scope of
  • in the neighbourhood of
  • in the sphere of

Synonyms for region

a particular area used for or associated with a specific individual or activity

Synonyms for region

the approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in 'in the region of')

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a knowledge domain that you are interested in or are communicating about

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Reconstruction in head and neck and upper chest region is done with a variety of techniques ranging from skin sheet graft, local/ regional flap to free flaps1.
For the pressure difference causing fluids to move from legs to chest region to take place, the person cannot stay in sitting position simply, or be immersed in ice water up to knees.
Since the shock is distributed via electric currents throughout the entire body, including the brain, the chest region, and the central nervous system, the researchers concluded that "anyone in contact with the victim's body at the time of shocking was also likely to receive a shock," and that they "could not discount the possibility of ventricular fibrillation.
Chest pain or sensation of fullness in the mid-lower chest region because of coronary insufficiency can mimic the symptoms of heartburn.
This book is co-authored by one of the technology's pioneers and will help the reader to use EBUS to diagnose and stage lung cancer and a variety of different tumours of the chest region.
According to Sport24, team manager Dr Mohammed Moosajee explained that Steyn dived while fielding a ball on the second Test opener against India in Durban and complained of slight pain of his right anterior chest region, adding that he continued playing and bowling with mild discomfort for the rest of the Test.
Most either under or over travel the high chest region, resulting in ineffective shot placement.
Now pull the bag toward the bench and in alignment with the chest region (photo 9), pause briefly, and then return with control to starting position.
It is implanted just under the skin (subcutaneously) in the upper chest region and can be implanted in an outpatient procedure under local anesthesia.
It is present in all segments of the nervous system, but it is only in the thorax, or chest region, that it produces a certain type of nerve cell.