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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvicinityvi‧cin‧i‧ty /vəˈsɪnəti/ ●○○ noun formal  1 in the vicinity (of something)2 in the vicinity of £3 million/$1,500/2 billion years etc
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vicinityThe planned revolt appeared to be a well-organized project involving about one thousand blacks in the vicinity of Richmond.This was one of the largest silk mills in the vicinity, although it started life as a corn mill.Many persons in the vicinity were awakened by the blast, and some were thrown from their beds.The traders in the vicinity eavesdropped.
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