exclusion zone

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exclusion zone

A zone established by a sanctioning body to prohibit specific activities in a specific geographic area. The purpose may be to persuade nations or groups to modify their behavior to meet the desires of the sanctioning body or face continued imposition of sanctions, or use or threat of force.
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exclusion zone

narea interdetta
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The problem - described as "commonplace" by people surveyed - will mean new exclusion zones and fixed penalty notices being brought into town centres in Aberdare and Pontypridd.
Tourists have also been told to avoid exclusion zones as eruptions at the volcano forced Bali's international airport to close.
SOLIHULL Council is to be applauded for taking the initiative to create car exclusion zones around three primary schools in Solihull, no matter how unpopular the decision will be (Mail, February 26).
Hence Tatweer is advising campers to comply with the safety exclusion zones which are in place for the safety of the campers.
OWNERS of small boats will be welcome on the River Mersey when the Three Queens visit this month - as long as they do not stray inside the exclusion zones surrounding the Cunard liners.
Among the most notable differences are the requirements for the determination of vapor dispersion exclusion zones.
Coal seam gas exclusion zones are now in force for an estimated 95 per cent of dwellings covered by current petroleum licences and tough regulations are also now in place for NSW s most valuable agricultural land.
Barry Davies, Gwynedd Council Maritime Officer, said there are already some exclusion zones restrictions at Aberdyfi, Morfa Bychan, Barmouth and Abersoch.
He said that although no activity should be carried out in the exclusion zones between the two countries, the Saudi companies have embarked on violating the bilateral agreements.
They had previously proposed 500 metre exclusion zones around homes and tourism sites for all turbines over 20 metres in their Supplementary Planning Guidance(SPG) for on-shore energy.
John Grainger, who fishes out of South Gare, fears exclusion zones and the turbines will cause major problems.
A council spokesman said: "We have successfully introduced dozens of alcohol exclusion zones within the borough.