multicounty

multicounty

(ˌmʌltɪˈkaʊntɪ)
adj
(Human Geography) involving or relating to several counties
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setting, the most common regional tax is the multicounty sales tax imposed to fund metropolitan mass transit systems.
CarolinaMLS, which has approximately 16,300 subscribers, is the private cooperative Realtorsuse for access to tens of thousands of residential listings in a multicounty service area, including Charlotte, the Piedmont and Mountain areas of North and South Carolina, and beyond.
Growth is anticipated to rebound to 1.4% in 2019.The multicounty OKC metro area has added nearly 250,000 people since 2005, he said.
That depends upon some kind of official record, such as death certificate and/or family Bible record, and county historical society-generated "cemetery books," in which cemeteries from cities to abandoned sites were walked and all markers recorded a few decades ago -- at least in this multicounty area.
[section] 163A-1178(d)(2)d (requiring that the county board order the protest and that the county board's decision be sent to the State Board if the county board determines that "[t]here is substantial evidence to believe that a violation of the election law or other irregularity or misconduct did occur, and might have affected the outcome of the election, but [that] the board is unable to finally determine the effect because the election was a multicounty election"); id.
Mixed jurisdiction includes city-county, multicity, and multicounty. Numbers in bold indicate statistical significance (p < .05).
Hug Chevrolet Bulck GMC's franchise agreement with General Motors defines its "area of responsibility" as a multicounty region that stretches from Waldron and Greenwood to Ozark and Clarksville.
According to a multicounty study done in 61 countries, the median current tobacco smoking prevalence among students aged 13-15 years was 10.7%.
In 2013, approximately 73 percent of these agencies served county jurisdictions or combined city-county jurisdictions, with the remaining agencies serving city or township jurisdictions (16 percent) or multicounty or regional jurisdictions (11 percent).
V, [section]2, to allow the Supreme Court to adopt rules so in multicounty circuits that county judges appointed temporarily to serve as circuit judges can serve as circuit judges outside their home county but still within the circuit.
Low and Weiler (2012) find bank deposits per capita, an imperfect proxy for financial capital, were positively related to future establishment births at both the county and multicounty commuting zone levels of geography.
(254) Sometimes they are appointed federal judges, sitting in multicounty districts.
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