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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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In this study, the circulation balance schemes of the Puhajogi River catchment area were worked out (Fig.
Development director at Harrison Murray, Jackie Scotten said: "School catchment areas have always been an important issue for homebuyers, but it seems that they are becoming more of a priority for many parents.
But if you have schools with catchment areas I expect they [house prices] will be affected.
whereas the mining areas are practically always covered with the territory of catchment areas [3, 4].
Because of those reasons, Gwynedd's Cabinet has now been asked to extend its consultation and ensure that post-16 education is viable in the Berwyn catchment area.
SOUTH Wales primary school children and parents turned up in their hundreds yesterday to campaign against proposed changes to school catchment areas.
Education bosses at Warwickshire County Council are suggesting merging the catchment areas, known as priority areas, of the six primary schools in Warwick.
Nowhere near that population in that catchment area but too far from the M4 not to have an A&E.
One of the most recent studies into the trend reveals that on average, people would be willing to pay an extra pounds 5,663 to be able to move into a good catchment area, while one in four people with a child aged between 11-17 see schooling would pay an average premium of pounds 11,564 for the privilege.
The cost of property near the 50 best schools is 35% higher than that in the rest of the UK, with the most expensive catchment area for a top state school found around the Henrietta Barnett School in north London.
Then, of course, the strict catchment area plan was even more vital, to keep the good schools for the affluent in the south of the borough and exclude the "undesirables'' from the north.
In a written decision at the Court of Session in Edinburgh, Lord Cameron attacked the sheriff's argument that the boys' journey to other schools in their catchment area would less safe than going to Downfield.