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(one's) scene

A place, activity, situation, etc., that one particularly enjoys or in which one feels the most comfortable or at ease. Often used in the negative. Thanks for the invite, but paintballing really just isn't my scene. A: "Do you want to go to a dubstep concert with us later?" B: "Oh for sure, that's my scene, bro!"
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scene

(sin)
1. n. a place; a setting. (see also make the scene.) I need a different scene. Life is too hectic here.
2. n. the drug-use environment; the drug scene. The longer you spend in a scene like this, the harder it is to sober up and go straight.
3. n. one’s preference. (see also bag.) This nine-to-five stuff just isn’t my scene. I quit.
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It was this last statement that shocked Bimby, as he thought the love scene involved other actors.
A senior official of the police told Dawn that in forensic science Locard's exchange principle claims that whenever a crime takes place the perpetrator brings something to or leaves something at the crime scene. So it can be used as the forensic evidence.
Director Anurag Kashyap has been vocal about his anger over the deletion of the scenes, which apparently happened without his knowledge.
"Not as uncomfortable as the day before, when I had the 'getting ready for the sex scene,'" O'Donnell said when asked how uncomfortable it was for her to film the sex scene.
The segmentation-based scene division method combines two ideas: one is to set large-scale parameters in image segmentation to obtain large object, whose size is close to scenes [39,40] and another is to merge small objects to form large scenes [41].
With this he also wanted to point out that he was born into the world in a state of poverty, humility, and simplicity."Afterwards the creation of nativity scenes, which in Slovakia are commonly known as Bethlehems according to the place where Jesus Christ was born, has become part of the Franciscan tradition and spread around the world.
7 Casablanca - final scene, "Here's looking at you, kid."
Inversion represents a less extreme disruption to scene structure than jumbling, and consequently, may have less drastic effects in task situations that require observers to use information extracted from the scene.
According to the company, the deal marks one of the largest of its kind in the crime scene cleanup industry and now makes CrimeSceneCleanup.com the leading firm in the business.
In Advanced Crime Scene Photography, Christopher Duncan assumes a basic understanding of photography as a whole and the specific differences to crime scene photography.
"I strongly encourage the City of Orange to stand up to the demands of a select few who wish to see God thrown out of the public square, embrace the season of Christmas and restore the Nativity Scene immediately," Abbott said in a statement.
Members of the Kash Viddhat Parishad staged a protest in front of the Collectorate, demanding removal of the scene.
The training provided theoretical and practical training sessions on crime scene examination and forensic recovery of evidence focusing on international best practice.
The band have come from Birmingham's emerging B–Town Scene, the name given to the scene by the NME and which wasn't welcomed by the bands it is meant to include.
The Crime Scene Science undergraduates teamed up with North Yorkshire Police's Major Crime Unit for the joint exercise which served as an opportunity for both organisations to learn new skills and techniques.