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neighbor

[′nā·bər]
(crystallography)
One of a pair of atoms or ions in a crystal which are close enough to each other for their interaction to be of significance in the physical problem being studied.
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When seeing this, my neighbor gets angry and deliberately places it in front of my house, believing that the trash can was placed in front of his house by me," he said.
The neighbors took up a collection to rewire the tree and put a new star on top.
And, we all would have agreed that we should work alongside our neighbors to carry out these critical tasks using the multilateral tools available to us to organize our work and execute our plans.
The Sheltons' neighbors, Judy and Gene Fawley, witnessed this generosity firsthand and nominated Morgan and Jerry for mention in the newspaper.
Constable Casson was no doubt proud of his air-cooled motorcycle but a neighbor, upset by the noise, coveting the cycle or both, complained that its engine disturbed his sleep.
Typically, these young males share at least 2 of their 6 to 12 songs with each neighbor.
Loving the Lord and the neighbor is not an abstraction but an action, not about nouns but about verbs.
Senior living organizations, architects, and developers, therefore, are collaborating to address these changes using three methods: allowing residents to mingle with their neighbors, inviting neighbors in, and reaching out to neighbors.
Then there is an inner loop over four of the eight nearest neighbor link-cells, and each particle interacts with all of the particles within the chosen neighbor link-cells that are within [r.
Potential purchasers may learn of the "problem" with an upstairs neighbor by simply reviewing the minutes from board meetings.
I concluded that one of the most straightforward examples of the ways by which the Japanese regulate business was a matter that involved me, my Japanese, American and Scandinavian neighbors, a Japanese retail store developer, an 80-something Japanese lawyer and landlord, and the city of Yokohama's department of buildings.
Before Neighbor to Neighbor began in 1994, all foster parents were required by law to be able to support themselves independent of state stipends.