- n. Plural form of region.
- n. Ireland, UK the rest of the country excluding the capital city or metropolitan region
“Certain regions will be hit harder than others (non costal areas, not as hard as costal regions is my belief).”
“The only sign of a government they see in their regions is a tattered flag whipped by the wind.”
“Buying and importing DVD movies from other regions is also legal for personal use, under the Copyright Act 1968.”
“Newer versions of walkable suburbs can be found in regions that developed later, like Palo Alto, Calif.”
“We see little evidence that the reallocation of workers across industries and regions is particularly pronounced relative to other periods of recession," he said, "suggesting that the pace of structural change is not greater than normal.”
“The strong ad forecasts in regions including Latin America and Asia have prompted ad companies such as WPP PLC and Publicis to rev up acquisitions there.”
“The brain regions involved in literacy have been identified in a neuroscience study with an unusual group of volunteers: former guerrillas in Colombia who are re-integrating into mainstream society.”
“The jobs crisis in regions with higher unemployment has mainly stabilized.”
“GE's mobile evaporator, which will be available early next year, is expected to be used in regions such as North America, Europe, China and Indonesia.”
“This all plays into the responsibility the private sector must take on -- investing in regions where we seek to do business to ensure we address the broader wellbeing.”
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