Synonym: boundary, community, district, limit, neighborhood, vicinity. Similar words: precise, precious, precisely, imprecise, depreciate, appreciate, appreciation, succinct. Meaning: ['prɪːsɪŋkt] n. a district of a city or town marked out for administrative purposes.
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1, The murder occurred just a block from the precinct.
2, The Centre was a pedestrian precinct with a bandstand in the middle.
3, The shooting occurred in the 34th Precinct.
4, states will hold precinct caucuses on Tuesday to choose delegates to the parties' national conventions.
5, It did resemble a church precinct after a wedding.
6, Some policemen worked as precinct captains.
7, To assure party loyalty, the precinct captains merely accompany the voter into the voting machine.
8, In one Daleycontrolled precinct, a commentator remembers, 54 voters managed to cast 84 votes.
9, They wandered around the shopping precinct for an hour while Suzie was having her hair cut.
10, The George Street precinct is a great place to pause, enjoy the frequent street entertainment and watch the world go by.
11, In the burnt-out shopping precinct past the Beni Tourstravel shop, there is a coffee shop with blue barstools.
12, The Leeds pedestrian precinct and Centenary Square in Birmingham fail in several ways.
13, More than six hundred polling-place workers and precinct captains were brought to trial.
14, Daley leaned heavily on his precinct captains,(http://sentencedict.com/precinct.html) charging Kennelly with inactivity.
15, Some precinct captains have had more jobs than they can remember.
16, Another exists at Frilford, with a walled precinct containing at least one temple and now supplemented by the recently-discovered amphitheatre.
17, The suspect was taken to the 40th precinct in South Bronx.
18, Out in the neighborhoods his precinct captains are reporting to the ward committeemen, and they in turn are reporting to him.
19, The shopping precinct is full of teenagers gathered in small clusters, smoking, gossiping, laughing, scuffling.
20, I think they should make the whole area a pedestrian precinct.
21, Buchanan also called on independents and Democrats to flood the precinct meetings Monday night.
22, Beside and to the rear of it is a pedestrian precinct.
23, The cloth marks a threshold[sentencedict.com], the boundary between the outside and the inside of a temporarily sacred precinct.
24, If you want to build a chapel of remembrance, don't site it in a Woolwich shopping precinct.
25, Shops were coming up for sale all over the precinct.
26, Lewis had been the ward boss in name only, because white precinct captains ran the organization, including him.
27, James was found dead beside a railway line in Liverpool after disappearing from a shopping precinct in Bootle last month.
28, Rockford is roused from his sleep by Los Angeles' finest, handcuffed and hauled to the precinct.
29, The two-year-old disappeared 11 days ago from Bootle's Strand shopping precinct.
30, I was trying to get at least enough money for the precinct work.
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