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subzone

(ˈsʌbˌzəʊn)
n
(Physical Geography) a subdivision of a zone
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Javellana is an environmentalist and children's rights advocate, and known as one of the prime movers of the protection of green spaces, the Panigan-Tamugan River, as well as the Shrine Hills, which was eventually declared an ecological subzone by the city government.
Earlier to this, SS and CGTO Hyderabad carried out two joint raids in Sujawal Subzone.
The conflict has been solved, at least for now,' said Francisco Villaroman, CDC director and head of the agency's subzone committee.
A subzone can be created within a 60-mile radius of the port limits.
2a, b); (2) before forming the subzone of short branches (= primary spikelts) and the terminal spikelet (truncation of the terminal spikelet and the subzone of short branches, Fig.
Climate groupings were compiled using the thermal zone and thermal zone with moisture subzone groupings in ASHRAE Standard 169-2013 (ASHRAE 2013b).
They also shared a letter from South Asian Basketball Association -a subzone of FIBA Asia -requesting BFI to
The treatment of an oxide copper subzone is not included in the PEA.
Sassicaia has its own DOC (Denominazione di Origine Controllata) as a subzone of the Bolgheri DOC in Tuscany.
Table 7 provides examples of mechanical system criteria and indicates whether the criteria vary by thermal zone only, or by thermal zone and moisture subzone.
In the Prague Synform it has been recognized in the Arethusina Gorge and Listice sections in strata corresponding to the Testograptus testis Subzone of the Cyrtograptus lundgreni graptolite Z.