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urban area

An area which is within the city limits, or closely linked to it by common use of public utilities or services.
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In terms of scale, just under half (46%) of the articles addressed the Entire Urban Area, while a small majority (56%) addressed some intra-urban scale such as the Core or Suburb.
In addition to defining the characteristics of an urban area and addressing the considerations for urban areas, there are a number of effects that are unique to urban areas.
THE three urban areas with the highest proportion of Hindus in England and Wales are all in the Midlands, according to new Census data.
Preliminary study of the role of red foxes in Echinococcus multilocularis transmission in the urban area of Sapporo, Japan.
Besides two-city and four-city index, there is another method to measure the primacy index based on percentage share of the largest urban area to the total population.
The measure accounts for geographic variations such as size of urban areas in each province as well as rural areas.
Galen Stover, associate vice president, urban markets operations, said the company is just starting to look at some of the numbers by urban area, so there isn't a lot of data to talk about.
The population movements that increased malaria transmission in Luanda were long-term circulation and migration from stable [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] to an unstable urban area.
4% in urban area whereas the population of SCs was 31.
The same response was given by 61% respondents in urban areas, said a press release issued here on Wednesday.
3 Services for planning urban and rural settlements, including: LOT 1 - planning services in urban areas (DPT development district "Horizon"), code DK 016: 2010 - 71.
This caused an increase in the number of accidents and so Hore-Belisha, when he was Minister of Transport, introduced the 30mph speed limit for urban areas.

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