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But that means the districts surrounding them, which are mostly white and Republican, are safe, too.

Kocurek and Wright, who worked in different Railroad Commission districts, were fired within months of each other in 2013.

Democrats cling to only to handful of redoubts, often districts gerrymandered by Republican legislatures to be majority black.

In the Districts—the cities and towns of New York—the reality is bleaker.

Privileged children tend to live in higher-performing school districts.

This system had been in full operation in both districts prior to the general application of the voluntary system.

This system, as already stated, became operative in most districts during June, 1915.

"It's dogged as does it," is not only the maxim of agricultural labourers in remote country districts.

The hospitals in the capital were crowded with wounded soldiers, brought in at great risk from the rural districts.

Gas, it is clear, could not be carried into a hostile country or into remote and nearly inaccessible districts.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to districts, such as: sector, commune, neighborhood, locality, parish, and region.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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