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area

(Province), noun area, arena, bounds, confines, demesne, domain, expanse, field, jurisdiction, limits, orbit, place, premises, purview, range, realm, region, scope, sphere, territory, vicinage, vicinity, zone
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area

(Surface), noun amount of surface, dimensions, expanse, expansion, extent of surface, measured size, measurements, plane surface, proportions, real size, true dimensions
See also: bailiwick, caliber, capacity, circuit, department, dimension, district, division, extent, locality, location, measurement, parcel, part, place, province, purview, range, realm, region, scope, section, space, sphere, territory, vicinity, zone

AREA. An enclosed yard or opening in a house; an open place adjoining to a house. 1 Chit. Pr. 176.

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Regardless of the outcome of the debate, any health reform package needs to consider the needs of rural and small geographic areas.
The agency monitors these areas to maintain them in a natural condition, allowing only non-manipulative research, observation, and study.
Projects With Industry programs, for example, have proven very effective in urban and suburban areas.
Ventilation, including providing proper clean make-up air in the areas of use, is very important.
The greatest challenge to developers in these areas is brownfield reclamation.
Ludicke noted that authors of the recently completed draft of the West Mojave Plan, a multiagency planning guide for much of Southern California's desert, did not view the areas being proposed for inclusion in the county's plan as being significant ecologically.
Responding to requests from dog lovers, the city created an off-leash area inside of Hull Park at 30th Street West just north of Avenue M.
So you may be thinking to yourself, okay, a 25% full floor Loss Factor means that tenants actually occupy 75% of the rentable area in a recently sold Manhattan office building, right?
In the past 2 decades, foxes have started to colonize in cities around the world (12 14), and evidence of the parasite cycle in urban areas is increasing (13,15,16).
The fact that the vaporized amine must pass into all areas of the sand mass during the curing cycle is the initial reasoning for using fewer vents in the drag portion of the corebox compared to the cope portion of the corebox.
About 11 million Americans skied or snowboarded at more than 500 ski areas in 1999, according to the National Sporting Goods Association.
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