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DMZ

abbr.
demilitarized zone

DMZ

abbreviation for
(Military) demilitarized zone

DMZ

demilitarized zone.
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Noun1.DMZ - a zone from which military forces or operations or installations are prohibited; "tensions exist on both sides of the demilitarized zone separating North Korea and South Korea"
zone - an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic
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Advocating for gender parity in Canada's startup ecosystem is a social and economic necessity," said Michelle Caers, founder and CEO of DesignedUX and the program's lead DMZ Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
They were flown across the DMZ attached to balloons, with a timed explosive that would scatter the papers over a wide area.
Oh defected through the Joint Security Area in the DMZ which is the only part of the inter-Korean border where the troops from both the countries stand face-to-face.
One of the world's most heavily guarded strips of land, the DMZ is a thin buffer zone between the two Koreas and is fortified on both sides with barbed wire, surveillance cameras, electric fencing and landmines.
Andrew Irvine, head, Canadian Business Banking & BMO Partners, BMO Bank of Montreal, said, 'Innovation and continuously evolving with our customers' needs is a constant driver for all that we do at BMO, which is why this expanded partnership with the DMZ is a natural fit.
But despite the escalating crisis and Kim's threat of "all-out war", those living the DMZ try to go about their business harvesting rice and growing ginseng.
With continued guidance and support from Innovation Birmingham, the DMZ and initiatives like The Next Big Idea Contest, the selected start-ups will be able to utilise a wide range of resources that will enable them to scale their business globally - ensuring continued growth and success.
The post North Korean soldier walks across DMZ in bid to defect to South appeared first on Cyprus Mail.
After about two hours' drive, right around the point where the suburbs recede and the other vehicles on the road suddenly appear to be mainly tanks, the tour guide would lead the group in a brief meditation followed by the reading of a text by critic Ingo Niermann on the still-present difficulties of German reunification and on what it would take to change the DMZ into something other than the seemingly immutable geopolitical problem that it is now.
There is little aACAystrategic depth' between the DMZ and Pyongyang -- about 125km north -- and Seoul, 40km south.
His latest play My Love DMZ (2002) is concerned with the environments of the planet Earth with a backdrop of a divided country, Korea.
The war never ends in DMZ (Vertigo), indie comic creator Brian Wood's parallel-present look at a Manhattan ripped apart by a civil war and a military occupation.