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- adj. Supplied with inhabitants or content.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of populate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. furnished with inhabitants
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We understand that the Taliban is claiming that a bus was hit, with civilian passengers on it, it says, And then we are also hearing from our own sources; they say there has been unusually heavy striking near what they call populated areas.
What IS true is that much of the warming for the last 10 years has occured away from main populated areas (Antartic mostly).
Many of the shootouts between the narcos and the authorities occur in populated neighborhoods albeit not gringo enclaves.
The 22K hornet when I want to make less noise, ie in populated area's.
And that's it, really; each level is a different windswept zone of nature, from a sunlit, grassy plain populated with nodding daffodils and brilliant red poppies through a rainswept rolling hill under a sky of ominous violet, as your floral journey brings you ever closer to a dark landscape dominated by the black skeletons of electric urbanization.
(If you live in populated area, Bundle drills down to the zip-code level.)
A good case can be made for restricting the use of fire in populated areas or areas with few natural breaks and perhaps in limited cases when weather condition require.
And Tamils have expressed concerns over continuing government activities in Tamil-populated areas and perceived threats to their demographic and cultural integrity.
Anyone who likes that one has his/her brain populated by absence.
"We take advantage of the fact that there are WiFi access points almost everywhere in populated areas -- homes, offices, Starbucks stores, etc," Morgan said.
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