white area

white area

n
(Human Geography) an area of land for which no specific planning proposal has been adopted
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However, his hometown is in the grip of a political crisis due to a controversial new plan to desegregate public housing by building 200 new homes in a middle-class white area.
Alog was tagged as the deputy of the CPP's regional white area committee, a police report said.
Now it can print on colored caps by printing first a white circle and then printing the color image on the white area.
He told the National Iraqi News Agency / nina / that the police force of al-Alam clashed today with elements of the organization (Daash) in the white area near the Hamrin mountains during following the fleeing families of Hawija west of Kirkuk.
Measurements of the boundary of a white area in Hellas are consistent with it not changing as the year, season or time of day progressed.
Plus, the kitchen is the perfect space for entertaining, with a super stylish open-plan black and white area, with all the mod-cons you would expect for a property at this price.
Playing the race card, they totally ignored the fact that this route also went through the predominantly white area of Hall Green/Shirley.
The 23-year-old hairdresser told the Sunday Mirror he was picked on while growing up in a predominantly white area of Liverpool.
But after fury from immigrants and MPs, he turned up for work at Sneinton Boulevard post office in Nottingham to be told he'd been switched to a mainly white area at Netherfield.
They have come here because it is a traditional white area and there's a lot of ethnic minorities living here.
When they have done this, the remaining areas will form one large, connected white area, which will be the actual stencil.
He said: 'The only comparisons really is that Anthony and Stephen were both studious young black men murdered in a predominately white area.