‹ Adjacency Adjectival ›
Meanings and phrases
- nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space; next; side by side
- having a common boundary or edge; abutting; touching; conterminous; contiguous; neighboring
- near or close to but not necessarily touching
- at or in or to the adjacent residence; next door; in the adjacent house
- at or in or to the adjacent residence; next door; in the adjacent apartment
- It is located adjacent to the Sixty Dome Mosque.
- A power station is located adjacent to the refinery.
- An ENOC petroeum terminal is located adjacent to the DCT.
- It is immediately adjacent to Fontana's Downtown District.
- These frequencies were immediately adjacent to the existing cellular band.
- The Midtown Station is one of four stations immediately adjacent to Hiawatha Avenue.
- It is presumed that he was from Flanders or adjacent areas.
- The adjacent areas to the east were uninhabited by this time.
- Sackville Ward included the previously named College Ward and adjacent areas.
- Neither litigant owned any of the land adjacent to the road.
- Steelville occupies land adjacent to Atglen, Pennsylvania which used to be wilderness.
- There is a 101-room Hilton Garden Inn on university-owned land adjacent to the complex.
- Cardinal was built adjacent to Ohio Power's Tidd Plant.
- A new bus terminal was built adjacent to Block VI in 1980.
- 2 was built adjacent to Kiln No.
- The bunkhouse was built nearby, then moved directly adjacent to the barn.
- It is located directly adjacent to Interstate 78 and south of South Mountain.
- The innermost cortical layer, the zona reticularis, lies directly adjacent to the medulla.
- Steric hindrance between adjacent groups can also affect torsional bond angles.
- The "sideways" distance between adjacent C atoms in hydrogen-bonded β-strands is roughly .
- Members of the latter family consequently have unilocular ovaries with a single cavity between adjacent carpels.
- The adjacent land is now a banana ripening depot.
- In 1963 two additional acres of adjacent land were added.
- They named the adjacent land Cape Comfort.
- A chapel and heliport are in adjacent buildings.
- Pilgrims can use the adjacent buildings for accommodation.
- There is a restaurant in the "bergfried" and adjacent buildings.
- The skin sample needs to be obtained from an unaffected area adjacent to a lesion.
- In reality, Draper's directions led Norwood to a secluded area adjacent to the Ivy Hill Cemetery.
- 62 Squadron RAF was positioned in a secure area adjacent to the A1 road near the former technical site.
- The house lies adjacent to the Church of St. Andrew.
- It lies adjacent to the A4 national route.
- This region lies adjacent to Maharashtra and south of Malwa.
- Bødalen is situated adjacent to Slemmestad.
- The opera house of Amsterdam is situated adjacent to the city hall.
- It is situated adjacent to "S.T Nagar" the commercial centre of Thrissur.
- The fire spread to an adjacent building, which was not in danger of collapse.
- However, towards the close of 2011, the site has been threatened by an adjacent building project proposal.
- This building, along with another adjacent building, forms The Lister Hospital, a private hospital which opened in 1985.
- and Dundee United, have stadiums all but adjacent to each other.
- The properties are adjacent to each other in the village of Hastings-on-Hudson.
- Within a hamlet, members of the same lineage will typically build their houses adjacent to each other.
- Bishop Block is a 2 storey building adjacent to the canteen sails.
- Also constructed was an administration building adjacent to the hospital.
- building adjacent to the existing Castings Technology International (Cti) headquarters building.
- In Kerala it is seen in the areas adjacent to the Western Ghat.
- The areas adjacent to Nizhnekamsk Reservoir are covered by forest.
- The areas adjacent to Autoroute de Delmas are primarily commercial and residential.
- The cathedral stands on an elevated wooded site adjacent to Lough Oughter.
- The transformation occurs at a catalytic site adjacent to a specific binding site of L-arginine.
- Teutonic Cemetery The Teutonic Cemetery () is a burial site adjacent to St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City.
- Frequent complaints about strong odors along the creek bed were received from adjacent property owners.
- Recent years have witnessed the further development of and annexation of adjacent property to the original location.
- Her studio, an Arts and Crafts-style structure built in 1916 solely for her use, was located on an adjacent property.
- They mainly live in the country's Gash Barka Region, as well as in adjacent parts of Ethiopia's Tigray Region.
- The culture of the Torres Strait Islanders is related to that of adjacent parts of New Guinea and so their music is also related.
- This event was the last of three earthquakes that ruptured adjacent parts of the plate interface, forming a northeastward migrating sequence.
- An abbess serves for life, except in Italy and some adjacent islands.
- Within its regular outline, it comprises an area of , excluding adjacent islands.
- The northern fishery involved hunting the bowhead whale off the coast of Greenland and adjacent islands.
- A 25-bed hospital was constructed adjacent to the education block.
- The church was constructed adjacent the Hospital of "Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini".
- Memphis Memorial Stadium, now Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, was constructed adjacent to it two years later.
- In the adjacent area in Lebak Bulus, Carrefour is located.
- The adjacent area remains an open field with trees at the edge.
- Later the adjacent area to the flood-caused lake was turned into a park.
- US 75 runs adjacent to I-680 for before turning south at 30th Street.
- Lake Shore Drive runs adjacent to a large portion of Chicago's waterfront.
- A section of the Brampton Valley Way runs adjacent to the Northampton & Lamport Railway.
- It occurs in extreme southeastern Europe and adjacent regions.
- The species is native to the Indian subcontinent and adjacent regions of Southeast Asia.
- Traditional dialect atlases (e.g., ) show one variant or another used in adjacent regions.