A defined geographic region for Indian Health Service administrative purposes. Each Area Office administers several Service Units.
A small section, or Region of the game. e.g- Airu, Juargan and Lord Seth's fortress are areas.
The number of counts in a given region of a spectrum that are above the continuum level.
A BBM area is a defined geographical area which is comprised of one or more BBM cells. See also Central Market Area, Extended Market Area and Full Coverage Area.
a particular geographical region of indefinite boundary (usually serving some special purpose or distinguished by its people or culture or geography); "it was a mountainous area"; "Bible country"
a part of an animal that has a special function or is supplied by a given artery or nerve; "in the abdominal region"
a collection of SCOOT regions
a continuous unbroken region of a map bounded by lines
a geographical division within a state or province
a geographic region of the state, which has EA activities, or membership under pixies place the direction purpose of the division into these is to facilitate communication and networking erotic stories within this organization
a large geographic location that is further broken down into smaller sections or zones within that geographic location
a part of a region which is designated officially or in scientific literature
a rectangular region of cells
Geographic grouping of school clusters. There are five areas, each composed of two clusters.
All adults and girls over 14 years of age who are registered within a given geographical area. They meet each spring and fall to elect delegates to the annual council meeting, to recognize volunteers for service, and to discuss issues of importance to the members of the association and to the council. Is made up of individual service units.
The geographical region served by one D-STAR repeater.
A fundamental unit of geographical information
The geographical area as defined by BAREIS in which the property is physically located.
Must have legally defined geographical boundaries, and may be of any size, except that the site must be a subset of the U.S. federal, state, commonwealth, territorial, local, or tribal marine environment in which it is located.
The largest geographical ecclesiastical subdivision of the Church, consisting of several regions and presided over by a president, who is usually a General Authority.