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Because census tracts are based on population, they vary in size depending on the density of settlement.In urban areas, they are small, and in rural areas they can cover an entire small town or even a few small towns in very rural areas.

The banking institutions phone number to report a lost or stolen card is printed on the back of the card, and it is helpful to have the full card number readily available if you need to call.

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If there was not a name available, we named the census tract by the largest street intersection in the census tract (e.g., Worcester, MA (Lincoln St/Plantation St) Zip codes were developed by the Postal Service for the purpose of delivering mail, but were never intended to define coherent neighborhoods.

In addition, Zip Codes can have as many as 10 distinctly different census tracts contained within them.

Payne founded Pastoral Care Ministries (PCM) in the early 1980s, which held healing conferences at Wheaton College and other locations nationally and internationally.

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