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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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That tower is still probably in the primary area, but too low to be an issue.
Best theoretical primary to secondary air flow ratio of ~5.5 has been obtained with 1/8th opening primary area and all rows of secondary holes and clearance outlet closed.
"This area of Walsall town centre, which has been identified by Walsall Regeneration Company as a primary area for new development, will be completely transformed by the overall regeneration, which will include two more phases."
"While automotive refinish products continue to be our core business and primary area of focus, we are more interested than ever before in extending our presence into parallel, untapped coatings market segments."
This provider of material testing services for engineers and analysts offers characterization of nonlinear materials such as elastomers and plastics as its primary area of expertise.
In treating the philosophy of the Hellenistic and Imperial eras (his primary area of expertise), Hadot presents an outstanding and delightfully lucid exposition of the doctrine and the life-principles of each of the schools.
The Strategic Rail Authority sees lines to ports as a primary area to maintain.
The divestment was said to be in line with the adjustment of Nordisk Solar Compagni's activities to the primary area of electrical wholesale business in northern Europe.
Bookstore operation led as the primary area of long-term outsourcing interest.
Although metal-organic coordination polymers have been the primary area of research in this field, much recent attention has been given to inorganic clusters incorporated into extended, multidimensional solids via organic templating agents.
The first primary area, while the shortest, is perhaps the most significant, particularly when the purpose is to secure financing.

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