But there was one sector of the organized Jewish world that did not participate at all.
SCORPIO Expect a rollercoasting week as Mother Moon plows over planets, moshing in your sector of daily routines.
(Haaretz) Shas' Deri eyes Arab vote - Shas leader tells activists that polls indicate 'great sympathy' within Arab sector.
As for manufacturing, this is the third straight month that the ISM has reported the sector shrinking.
The answer lies in considering the third sector of economics, which most American economists have forgotten.
The sector was quiet and the guns were practically not used at all until the advance, starting September 26.
"Get me the master quarters file for sector Fourteen," Morely ordered.
This sector was subsequently divided, the 152nd Infantry Brigade taking over the line on the left.
It showed the face of Harold Bond, leader of the fourteenth sector.
You can't just leave them there as a navigation hazard to every ship traveling in the sector.
1560s, "section of a circle between two radii," from Late Latin sector "section of a circle," in classical Latin "a cutter, one who cuts," from sectus, past participle of secare "to cut" (see section (n.)). Translated Greek tomeus in Latin editions of Archimedes. Meaning "area, division" appeared 1920, generalized from military sense (1916) of "part of a front," based on a circle centered on a headquarters. As a verb from 1884. Related: Sectoral; sectorial.