“There are multiple hot spots in the area along the border,” Polevoi said.
Two LAPD patrol officers, who were in the area at the time, assisted Lalezary with detaining him.
But word that the Macenta area was relatively safe drew people from danger zones.
“There are many studies being done in this area right now,” says Plano.
Although raw product (i.e. un-renovated houses) is scarce, business is good again for area developers.
The floor of the cave covered an area the size of a city block.
It was well away from the area where the men had fought the flames.
These districts are built over an area averaging from 31 to 140 acres.
Much larger in area, it has not one-fifth of the population of France.
This was the only area where Caribou were sighted during the entire flight.
1530s, "vacant piece of ground," from Latin area "level ground, open space," used of building sites, playgrounds, threshing floors, etc.; of uncertain origin. Perhaps related to arere "to become dry," on notion of a burned clearing or dry, bare space. The generic sense of "amount of surface (whether open or not) contained within any set of limits" is from 1845. Area code in North American telephone systems is attested from 1959.
area ar·e·a (âr'ē-ə)
n. pl. ar·e·as or ar·e·ae (-ē-ē')
A circumscribed surface or space.
All of a part that is supplied by a given artery or nerve.
A part of an organ having a special function.