A source told The Sun newspaper: 'Officially the crime scene is the chateau and its environs.
The city and its environs are where lasagna, tortellini, and Bolognese sauce—not to mention bologna—originated.
Critics thought the installation was an indictment of the lack of freedom in such Soviet environs.
Aftershocks continue to rattle Sendai and its environs, including a 6.9-magnitude temblor on Sunday.
The American one, filmed in Los Angeles and its environs, is much more swish and Bravo-y.
The paving of the streets and environs was becoming a problem of national importance when the construction of the railway began.
Now, there are dozens of catacombs; the environs of Rome are honeycombed with them.
Another city adjoins it called Altona, the park of which and the environs are the favourite Sunday lounge of the Hamburgers.
Perhaps he had risen early, and had gone on some excursion in the environs.
I availed myself of this time to look about the town and its environs.
"outskirts," 1660s, from French environs, plural of Old French environ "compass, circuit," from environ (adv.) "around, round about" (see environ).