sterling area


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n sterling area the group of countries whose currencies are tied to the British pound sterling
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In literature:

The yield from such an area had a market value of four hundred and eighty pounds sterling.
"Agriculture in Virginia, 1607-1699" by Lyman Carrier

In news:

Wednesday a cooling station will open in Mt Sterling, one of many areas under a heat advisory.
The risk-benefit analysis of isoniazid preventive therapy in areas of high isoniazid resistance by Sterling et al1 that appeared in the August 7/21, 1995, issue of the ARCHIVES is welcome and badly needed.
Over the past three decades, Steven W Katz has become well known throughout the New York Metropolitan Area for building the region's finest homes as founder and principal of Livingston, N.J.-based Sterling Properties.
He details Sterling's lending to major Portland-area builders and how the bank is trying to recover some of its money.
Though the regional Sterling Scholar competition has come and gone, we still have two scholars to recognize for their outstanding achievements in their respective areas.
TWRA wildlife biologist Sterling Daniels tracks the migration of Golden eagles at the Foothills Wildlife Mngmt Area in Blount County in February 2012.
Bolt is allegedly responsible for spray painting more than 50 cars in the Ashburn, Leesburg and Sterling area between April 30 and June 7.
The area's major specialized schools, Suburban Truck Driver Training School in Romulus and the Detroit and Sterling Heights campuses of the US Truck Driver Training School, both charge about $6,000 for tuition for multi-week programs.