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home range

[′hōm ¦rānj]
(ecology)
The physical area of an organism's normal activity.
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TARGET MAN: Seymour's JasonBroad heads home his side's third goal in the 3-0 LiverpoolCounty FA Premier Cup win over Homerange Fireplaces last Sunday Picture: COLIN LANE
Mick Birchall claimed three goals in St Aloysius' 7-1 Premier Division thrashing of Homerange Fireplaces.
Bottom club Bulford celebrated their first three points thanks to a 4-2 home success over Homerange Fireplaces.
Homerange size of juveniles did not differ from those of 1-2 y olds (U = 33, z = 0.
Ronnie Morgan hit a hat trick as Sandon eased through courtesy of a 7-1 win over Homerange Fireplaces.
We estimated the size of foraging areas of individual bats using the computer program HOMERANGE (Ackerman et al.
The evergreen Joey Gibiliru was among the goals as Nicosia won 4-2 at promoted Norcoast, while A3 saw off the challenge of Homerange Fireplaces 3-1.