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- adv. In a dense manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a dense, compact manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a dense manner; compactly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a concentrated manner
- adv. in a stupid manner
Following your logic, no one would ever go after terrorists hiding in densely populated areas, and terrorists would use that immunity to continue attacking from such areas.
But it could not be applied in densely populated areas like china an india ..
Even in densely packed urban areas like New York City, the prime real estate
Some proportion of consumers will find mass transit efficient in densely populated areas.
This turns out to be a fairly easy task in densely populated areas and totally impossible in sprawl.
With the help of these so-called "cleanskins," who are difficult for Western security services to detect, al-Qaeda's opportunistic, pragmatic leadership has embraced urban warfare of the sort pioneered by terrorists decades ago: low-intensity, IRA-style operations in densely populated areas, using both conventional military weapons (such as assault rifles and rocket-propelled grenades) and standard terrorist weapons (such as improvised explosive devices).
They are like middle-sized plants, filling in densely the space between the high vegetation, the tree-tops of the State and Church, and the single individuals or family on the forest floor.
Hamas has intentionally set up camp from within densely populated civilian areas.
It may sound like we're talking about the Gulf oil spill, but we're actually talking about our own backyard: BP's Carson Refinery located in densely populated southern Los Angeles.
Maybe going to far as requiring use of frangible ammo for self defense in densely populated areas.