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And the National Trust for Historic Preservation in partnership with the geographic mapping company ESRI has launched a digital story map of Wright buildings.
But in addition to geographic challenges, the effects of the loss fall disproportionately on some groups, such as non-English speakers, those with low incomes and those whose livelihoods are tied to natural resources.
The new law also would inject more geographic differences, so the figures here do not reflect changes in every part of the country.
In short, the play begins in a tempestuous way and concludes in a manner that is more pacific or, in this particular geographic case, Mediterranean.
Chet Burell, CareFirst president and CEO, said the carrier has attracted the most sickly enrollees because of its geographic reach and access to doctors and hospitals.
Eventually Platts-Mill realized that there was a geographic overlap to those with allergies to cetuximab and red meat and patients with Rocky Mountain spotted fever, which is caused by the lone star tick.
Members of the research team had previously used geographic-information-system data to estimate whether there would be any advantage to putting AEDs on drones.
Casa de Oro’s geographic boundaries are roughly Grandview Street to the north, Campo Road to the south, Bancroft Street to the west and Avocado Boulevard to the east.
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GEOGRAPHIC Defined for Kids
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: of or relating to geography a large geographic area
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