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say x, such that it is adjacent to every vertex in {u,v,w,z}.
track especially adjacent to double road, near children's play area, adjacent to water tanks and adjacent to newly occupied cricket club area.
Major range extensions are discussed first, followed by Palo Pinto County records that have been reported from adjacent counties.
In terms of this scalar product the adjacent condition can be given as follows: [Phi], [psi] [member of] IrrG are adjacent if and only if [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]
Adjacent level degeneration, following cervical, lumbar, and lumbosacral fusions, has been well documented in recent literature, yet there remains considerable controversy as to when adjacent level radiographic degeneration becomes clinically relevant.
Convenient, quality and affordable accommodations located adjacent to the facility is an added benefit to business people, as well as families coming 'back home' for visits to north central West Virginia," said Corton.
However, published studies all conclude that arsenic concentrations in soil samples taken from beneath or immediately adjacent (within 01-0.
So please effect the selfsame respect for the two adjacent sides
Dressed stone is then applied to the Embassy's courtyard elevation, resonating with adjacent stone cladding and bronzed window frames of the Residence.
We are embarking on over 14,000 metres of drilling at Red Lake, including follow up of promising gold environments, which we have discovered and drill testing adjacent to other significant discoveries made in the camp in recent years at East Bay and Sidace Lake," says Rubicon CEO David Adamson.
They are Bamburgh - grass area adjacent to recycling site; Beadnell - car park adjacent to recycling site; Belford - golf club; Berwick - garden centre and household waste site, North Road industrial estate; Tweedmouth - Homebase car park marked area; Cornhill - village hall rear car park; Ellingham; Holy Island - main car park; Horncliffe, village hall adjacent to recycling site; Lowick - village hall adjacent to recycling site; Norham - adjacent to recycling site; North Sunderland - civic amenity site; Seahouses - main car park marked area; Wooler - civic amenity site, Padgepool Place car park marked area.