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

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With respect to methodology, the study followed a sampling procedure that exploits areal and genealogical biases with the purpose of investigating if, and to which extent, typological distributions concerning the complexity of gender systems are genealogically and areally entrenched.
Areally, however, all the schools within the district use Dholuo in early primary, such that it would be nearly impossible to tell which of those schools may have been typically Suba schools.
"I had my best times in that dressing room.We had areally good team spirit.
While a combination of satellite remote sensing, atmospheric observations, and modeling can provide reasonable estimates of [Q.sub.si] (Wang and Key, 2003), areally integrated measurements of surface albedo are notoriously difficult because of spatial heterogeneity and cloud cover (Walsh et al., 2001; Perovich, 2005).
She said: "Itend to get areally stiffneck and shoulders so I've got one of these in every room.
They look areally nice bunch to got to war with over the months ahead.
According to Holzner, the geographic approach to these processes leads to the delimitation of twelve major world-regions and several sub-regions that are characterized by the areally varying processes associating cities and cultures.
Areally fun little gadget, the heart-shaped mould sits in the middle of your pan.
In Cladodontida odontodes of approximately the same size were added areally, forming rather regular ring-like zones (Karatajute-Talimaa 1992), while in Karksilepis gen.
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.