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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
Associated concepts: area variance, specific areas of the law

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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Areally simple solution to both of these is to remove the legs - this has the added bonus of not allowing the turkey to over-cook - the legs can be roasted and removed once they are ready - the same applies for the double breast.
This typology is supported by the fact that genetically, typologically and areally related languages belong to different types in terms of locative predication.
Thermal gradient results obtained from Akpabio et al (2002) when compared with the heat flow result show a clear, distinct and direct relationship both vertically and areally (Fig.
It is, we admit, neither areally nor topically comprehensive.
But that isn't me any more and it's why it's been areally good season for me.
The results of the three we're short-listed for will all be announced in the next few weeks so it's areally exciting time for us.
I was thinking about this watching Wimbledon, where there used to be areally good job for the aged: net cord judge.
05 Ga event would be areally significant, and may represent a breakup event associated with the northern margin of the North Atlantic Craton.
We've been practicing hard, and having areally good connection with the sticks.
Such deposits can be areally extensive (thousands of square kilometers), but relatively thin (less than about 100 meters).
GAWSER -- A Modified HYMO Model Incorporating Areally -- Variable Infiltration.
In the case of megamullions, these faults have been unusually long-lived and areally extensive, and we refer to them as "detachment faults.