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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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Good neighbor relations: advice and tips from farmers.
* Have landscaping or other items that obstruct a neighbor's view.
Do not demolish existing perimeter walls to prevent debris and rainwater from entering your neighbor's property.
Previously only available in the Ring app, the Neighbors network already has millions of users and has been instrumental in catching package thieves, stopping burglaries, and keeping neighborhoods safe.
Good Neighbors: The Democracy of Everyday Life in America
Mark Hartley, who was the man whose home was broken into, expressed gratitude for his neighbor's actions.
Between now and September 13, people will recognize their neighbors by submitting Thank You, Neighbor forms to the Library.
There may also be access issues where the neighbor doing the construction needs to gain access to the neighboring property in order to "protect" it with scaffolding and netting or use as a base for other work.
Everyone I have talked to lately has had neighbor problems.
Summary: RIYADH: Several Islamic teachings -- such as verses in the Qur'an and Hadith -- urge Muslims to maintain good relations with their neighbors, regardless of kinship or religious factors, and confirm the importance of neighborly relations in Islam.
For example, normally your neighbor gets to decide how his finger is used, but if he pokes your body with it, then your right to determine how your body is used prevails over his right to determine how his finger is used.
Regarding Teach Your Neighbor (Biffle, 2002, 2004), one of the teachers reported saying to his students, "We are not 20 students and one teacher here.