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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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It was hit squarely on the passenger-side door by the eastbound sport utility vehicle, which had a green light.
Horton places the blame squarely in the lap of outgoing UNICEF director American Carol Bellamy, under whose leadership the agency is pushing HIV/AIDS, and the protection of children from violence, abuse, and discrimination, ahead of health concerns.
With the spin-off of Neenah Paper and the previous sale of several other operations, K-C is now squarely focused on its core health and hygiene businesses.
If Trevor had assumed his partner was negative without distinctly asking, the fault is squarely on him.
The agenda will squarely address changing information sources and technologies in support of research, development, test, and engineering programs.
Having seen and read a number of commentaries on Mel Gibson's new film, The Passion, including a lengthy interview with Gibson on EWTN--where he placed the value of his movie squarely in the realism of its violence--I was looking forward to the film as a sort of statement that real religion is still relevant, even in Hollywood.
These new widgets from Elecom fall squarely in the second category.
Although this volume is aimed squarely at modelers of aircraft and figurines, historians will also be fascinated by the discussion and pictures of goggles, scarves, boots and primitive flight computers, all shown in incredible detail.
PicoConnect for Pocket PC 2002 is aimed squarely at PDA users seeking a simple network connection experience.
The court concluded that, at the time of the gifts, the charities were not legally bound and could not be compelled to sell the warrants; moreover, the facts fell squarely within Rev.
the Silicon Valley virtuoso launched ITM Software, with its sights aimed squarely at the enterprise and company CIOs.
If a slugger connects squarely with a pitch, a "crack" sound is produced by air exploding out between the ball and the bat, explains Adair.