close geographic proximity

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  • Companies are realizing that they may not require a particular stage of production to be in close geographic proximity.
  • The term Quad Cities is used to apply to several areas which have four cities within close geographic proximity.
  • This is attributed to the close geographic proximity of these areas to economic powerhouses, such as Japan and Korea.
  • In general, bowl officials attempted to select teams in close geographic proximity to compensate for an anticipated drop in ticket sales.
  • The close geographic proximity of the schools to each other has bred an intense rivalry, a rivalry made even more contentious by the national success of both college basketball programs.
  • TDO has been shown to occur in areas of close geographic proximity and within families; most recent documented cases are Virginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina.
  • The Piggyback program pairs emerging Memphis bands with established musicians touring cities with close geographic proximity of Memphis.
  • The schools are located in relatively close geographic proximity, separated by about, Due in large part to this proximity, the schools aggressively compete for recruits in the Mid-Atlantic region.
  • However, many new digital tools such as online community forums and newspapers are allowing people who are in close geographic proximity to connect through common interests such as where local crime is happening or what upcoming events are happening within the community.
  • Community Organizers bring together existing SSC campus groups and group leaders and/or recruiting non-SSC groups to the SSC that are within a close geographic proximity.
  • In reality, the fact that they were all located in close geographic proximity to each other, with the exception of Linji, and that they all were at the height of their teaching around the same time sparked a custom among students to routinely visit the other masters.
  • The Brazil-Uruguay border extends, The close geographic proximity of some Brazilian and Uruguayan cities or urban centers have led them to be called "twin cities".
  • That was still fortuitous, however, as they did not compare their "new" species to frogs assigned to the taxon R. namdaphaensis (as they might have wanted to, given the similarities and close geographic proximity).
  • Nevertheless, Syrian and Iraqi Hebrew are very closely related owing to close geographic proximity and their location, as is the case with most eastern Jewish communities in an Arabic environment apart from Yemeni Jews.
  • Upwood, along with RAF Molesworth and RAF Alconbury are considered the "Tri-Base Area" due to their close geographic proximity, and interdependency.
  • Alconbury, along with RAF Molesworth and RAF Upwood are considered the "Tri-Base Area" due to their close geographic proximity, and interdependency.
  • Pakistanis in Singapore and Pakistanis in Malaysia also travel to Indonesia as short term tourist visitor, because of close geographic proximity of Indonesia to Malaysia and Singapore, and many tourist attraction Indonesia offers.
  • Molesworth, RAF Alconbury and RAF Upwood were considered the "Tri-Base Area" due to their close geographic proximity and interdependency until RAF Upwood closed in late 2012.
  • Following the 2010 Census, there have been discussions about combining the metropolitan areas of Springfield, Massachusetts and Hartford, Connecticut, due to the region's economic interdependence and close geographic proximity (23.9 miles separate the cities' downtowns).