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Square

A unit of area equivalent to 100 square feet. It has historically been used to measure real estate in Australia.
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Here, the long side of the cocoon has been squared off and glazed to create a huge vitrine and cantilevered terrace, maximising light and views.
The United States and Canada recently squared off aggressively over a dispute about rights to the popular walleye fish that roam rivers and lakes near the Manitoba-Minnesota border.
Petersburg squared off against the School of American Ballet from New York City.
Universal CityWalk mixologists squared off in the "Battle of the Bartenders" to decide who could create the very best "mocktails" and promote responsible holiday hospitality.
My colleague Gerry Gittelson wondered aloud in (Tuesday's) paper in a column discussing who'd win if Canyon and Oaks Christian squared off in a game to settle area supremacy.