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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
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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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After training, desynchronization shifted from bilateral to ipsilesional sensorimotor areas, and active movement of the affected hand shifted from contralesional to ipsilesional sensorimotor areas, as compared with pretreatment assessment.
(c) Significant correlation of BOLD activity with the RMT of the ipsilesional hemisphere in the ipsilesional sensorimotor area (p < 0.05, uncorrected).
Neuper, "Visualization of sensorimotor areas involved in preparation for hand movement based on classification of p and central [beta] rhythms in single EEG trials in man," Neuroscience Letters, vol.
Previous studies have reported that acupuncture can modulate the activity of sensorimotor areas [1, 2] and cerebellar structures [37, 38] at motor-implicated acupoint.
Thus, the use of primary sensorimotor areas seems to be determined by the perceptual and motor similarity between the actions implied by the stimuli being processed and the actual action performed.
Four weeks of training led to a new functional recruitment of sensorimotor areas devoted to hand control.
Moreover, Tomasino and Rumiati (2013) showed that the involvement of sensorimotor areas depends on the strategy used to perform the task.