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the periphery of a city or town

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"NCWSC would like to inform its esteemed customers that the pipeline serving Windsor Hotel and its environs was damaged through vandalism on Friday, 27th July 2018,"read a statement.
The following areas are affected: Windsor Hotel and Windsor Thindigua and its environs
Bauchi Regional Director of Jos Electricity Distribution Company (JEDC), Hafiz Sale Hassan stated this Monday while briefing newsmen on how the disaster will affect the services of the company in Bauchi and environs.
He however assured residents of Bauchi metropolis and environs that the company was working tirelessly to restore back power supply as soon as possible.
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Environ Health Perspect 104(suppl 5):1105-1112 (1996).
Environ Health Perspect 106(suppl 2):755-760 (1998).
Class A spaces rent for $17 to $19 per square foot (psf) in New Rochelle; for $20 to $24/psf in Mamaroneck/Harrison and its environs; for $23 to $25/psf in Rye and Rye Brook; for $33 to $40/psf in Greenwich, and for $32 to $36/psf in Stamford.
It's possible that the sun's environs once contained much more hydrogen and helium.
RESIDENTS of ancient Warri and its environs are gradually becoming impatient over the total blackout that has pervaded the entire area since Tuesday, February 20.
But three researchers who took pains to do so have characterized a mechanism that allows these large reptiles, traditionally considered "cold-blooded," to stay warm in chilly environs. Their findings support the controversial proposition that cold-blooded dinosaurs could have lived comfortably in the Cretaceous Arctic, about 100 million years ago.
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