District [noun]

Definition of District:

geographical area

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Sentence/Example of District:

As cases skyrocket, UNC will not be the only educational institution or school district to move online again.

Giusti, with the district, again reiterated the practices were not school-affiliated.

The district stated that particles from burnt structures had likely been drawn into the water system.

For members representing swing districts, it will seem risky to spend time and energy on process issues that might be seen as partisan power grabs.

People in their districts are going hungry and facing evictions, and small businesses are crumbling.

Many of those districts have plans to open for in-person learning next month with hybrid learning programs.

“I think once a course begins, schools and the district have an obligation to allow students to complete the course,” he wrote in an email.

House Democrats are wary of returning to their districts without passing any sort of bill, Politico reported last week.

With less commuting, sparsely trafficked downtown commercial districts and empty suburban malls, brands can’t rely on some of the conventional interactions they would expect to have with consumers.

He said the district is looking to bring back roughly 12,000 elementary students who it believes to be some of the most vulnerable students in the district.