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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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And the best way is to establish very pragmatic and very sincere relations with the neighbors, based on your national interests, and the national interests of your neighbors.
30, or mail your check, payable to Hometown Bank Neighbors, to Neighbors Helping Neighbors, 31 Sutton Ave.
There should be love, compassion and reciprocal respect among neighbors.
New neighbors who have never spent a Christmas on Rhodes began knocking on the Riveras' door, curious about that huge tree in their front yard with all the lights and the star on it year round.
It is a pact to work together in solidarity with our neighbors to make things better for the poorest among us so that things can be better for all of us.
The Sheltons' neighbors, Judy and Gene Fawley, witnessed this generosity firsthand and nominated Morgan and Jerry for mention in the newspaper.
3) With more families moving in and out, unlike more stable prewar neighborhoods, both women and men tried to secure congenial neighbors, with strategies and tactics designed to support good neighbors and pressure unsatisfactory neighbors to conform or move out.
The researchers then pretended to be neighbors spoiling for a fight and played back the exact song.
29) Perhaps it would be too easy or too crass for him to just assume that the neighbor is everyone and anyone encountered on the street outside his house or place of work or in his home or far across the ocean.
Carriage Club of Naperville (currently under design by Legat Architects) is a good example of inviting neighbors in.
which correctly gives the cell neighbors of 13 to be 17, 18, 19, and 14.