- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abut.
“Two years ago, after the most recent settlement expansion, he went to harvest the olives in a grove that now abuts the fortified fence surrounding Itamar.”
“VHT The compound, which abuts a nature preserve, has trails that meander along the entire property.”
“And the area abuts both Montgomery and Prince George's counties and receives plenty of attention from officers from those jurisdictions.”
“Rick Tyler, whose back yard abuts Rosecroft, said he was chiefly concerned about the potential for the traffic jams a revitalized racetrack could generate.”
“This ranch currently abuts Bird Cloud on two sides.”
“U.S. officials acknowledge there were errors made on both sides in the incident, which occurred in the Mohmand tribal region, a lawless border area that abuts Afghanistan's eastern Kunar province.”
“Our club has 1500 acres to hunt on, it abuts another hunting club that has 5000 acres and surrounding us is 35000 acres of game land.”
“Parks: Central Harlem abuts the northernmost portion of Central Park.”
“Neighbor Danielle White, whose father's property abuts the animal preserve, said she didn't see loose animals this time but did in 2006, when a lion escaped.”
“Overturned, damaged and destroyed vehicles peppered a neighborhood near the intersection of McFarland Boulevard and 15th Street that abuts a business district full of fast-food restaurants, pawn shops and car repair shops.”
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