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  • Having five corners or angles.

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Examples

  • One place to look for inspiration is the Magnolia Place Community Initiative in Los Angeles, which is a five-square mile, 500-block area with 35,000 children that includes the West Adams, Pico Union and North Figueroa neighborhoods.

    Max Benavidez: Latinos, Numbers and the Real World

  • There are at least that many fire fighters in the meantime battling the five-square mile blaze.

    CNN Transcript May 24, 2008

  • Assume a five-square hip roof, custom flashing at two average-sized skylights, and custom cap treatment at vented ridge.

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  • Electrical "safety" for the hundred thousand or so people crowded into this five-square kilometre refugee camp.

    Where's the sympathy for Palestinians forced out of THEIR homes?

  • Electrical "safety" for the hundred thousand or so people crowded into this five-square kilometre refugee camp.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • And these cities are in close proximity to one another, but we can tell you that a sweatshirt was found in the city of Cumming, Georgia, in Forsythe County, which is certainly outside of that extended five-square mile radius that's been the intense focus of the search.

    CNN Transcript Apr 29, 2005

  • Spokesman Roger Thompson says crews walked and drove a five-square mile area using sensitive equipment that can detect methane.

    The Seattle Times

  • Bangladesh has been hosting the congregation organised by New Delhi-based Tablig Jamaat since early 1960s while organisers said they expected this year more than two million Muslims from across the country and world to join the meet at the Ijtema ground, a five-square kilometre area on the Turag.

    Zee News : India National

  • Babcock said she has been visiting Cité Soleil, a five-square km slum in Port-au-Prince with a population of 500,000, every two months for the last two years to do humanitarian aid.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

  • Babcock said she has been visiting Cité Soleil, a five-square km slum in Port-au-Prince with a population of 500,000, every two months for the last two years to do humanitarian aid.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

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