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Section

The distinct and numbered subdivisions in legal codes, statutes, and textbooks. In the law of real property, a parcel of land equal in area to one square mile, or 640 acres.

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There are in any case many other instances of compound antiphons (i.e., with a section marked 'versus'), and some indeed in other chant repertories.
Thus, for example, if an overall mark for the projects involved here were calculated by averaging the section marks, the agreement between supervisors and second markers on the project average would not be greatly superior to their correlation on individual sections.
Punters have found a section marked "tax" alongside "stake" on betting slips and being charged a minimum of 6 per cent, and sometimes 10 per cent.
At the section marked "walk toward piano," the soloist should slowly walk to the piano, stopping at various times.
You will find a section marked "indications," intended to provide the reader with justifications for that particular agent.
Brady and Orren explain, for example, that to determine public opinion on whether the federal deficit is out of control, the pollster simply finds the file on the economy, reads the section marked "deficit" and writes a questionnaire based on a standard summary of the topic.
Too infrequently do these wonderful morsels appear on menus which was why I was thrilled beyond reason to see them on a section marked "Classics" at The Oak.
Consider this gem under the section marked "Alarm Message List":
Tucked at the back of the store, in the section marked "Beyond", Michael meets bouffant-haired employee Morty (Walken), who offers him a handset like no other.
At the back of the store, in the section marked 'Beyond', he finds a handset like no other and finds it allows him to pause, rewind and fast-forward sections of his life at will.