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Use "noncontiguous" in a sentence
"At the same time, he acquires other noncontiguous properties nearby, increasing his overall holdings in a desirable area."
"Mr. Ellison created three noncontiguous lakefront parcels in eight separate deals, sometimes without sellers realizing he had bought adjacent property."
"The year 1898 marked a notable break in this policy, when the United States gained control of noncontiguous islands, acquiring Wake, Guam, and Puerto Rico as a result of the Spanish-American War and separately annexed the Hawaiian Islands."