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Example Sentences for "adjacent"


He couldn't sleep because of the noise coming from the adjacent apartmentThere is a beautiful little park adjacent to the house we're going to buy.

He couldn't sleep because of the noise coming from the adjacent apartment.

You can wait in the adjacent room.

The yard adjacent to ours has a lot of insects in the garden, and now they're coming and eating our vegetables.

During the tournament, there will be a skills contest in a field which is adjacent to the stadium.

Visitors' parking can be found adjacent to the main entrance to the apartment complex.

We can put your printer adjacent to your computer on the table here.

The new police station has been built adjacent to the arena.

Nikos Kazantzakis once said that the doors of heaven and hell are adjacent and identical.

On maps, adjacent countries are usually shown in different colors.

Norway is located in Scandinavia, adjacent to Sweden.

The post office is adjacent to the bus terminal in the old town.

In 1962, two Soviet spacecraft circled Earth in adjacent orbits, and were in visual and radio contact.

Occupied by Britain in 1841, Hong Kong was formally ceded by China the following year, and various adjacent lands were added later in the 19th century.

Norway's economic fortunes were boosted in the late 1960s by the discovery of oil and gas in adjacent waters.

Discussion question: What do you think might be the pros and cons of living adjacent to an amusement park?

Find someone who lives adjacent to a park or shopping center.

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