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neighbourhood

(US), neighborhood
Maths the set of all points whose distance from a given point is less than a specified value
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Al Aqar neighbourhood is located within the boundaries of the 12km long defensive wall of Bahla, which had been militarily fortified.
PESHAWAR -- The provincial government has divided seven tribal districts of the erstwhile Fata into 702 village and neighbourhood councils to introduce the three-tier local government system there.
A neighbourhood is bounded by a geographical area in the physical aspect; while the social context is seen as the residents' interaction within the households that embodies the neighbourhood environment.
Nominations were put forward from members of the community for various awards including Neighbourhood Police Officer of the Year, Neighbourhood Police Community Support Officer of the Year, Neighbourhood Volunteer of the Year and Neighbourhood Team of the Year.
No consistent association has been established between children's BMI and neighbourhood design, but some research suggests that certain neighbourhood characteristics may be influential.
Russell and Cutrona reported that negative neighbourhood infrastructure could keep neighbours from forming social ties.
A NEIGHBOURHOOD Watch group in Pelsall has been celebrating 25 years of crime prevention with local officers.
One of the findings was that parents living in low income neighbourhoods were three times more likely than other parents to state that their neighbourhood parks were unsafe, suggesting that children in lower socio-economic neighbourhoods have fewer opportunities to be physically active.
"Neighbourhood support units: A new approach to the care of older people", in F.
Crime cannot survive in a community that cares - says the national Neighbourhood Watch organisation.

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