interzone


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interzone

(ˈɪntəˌzəʊn)
n
an area between two zones, such as an area between two militarily occupied zones
adj
occurring or conducted between two or more zones
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Intershield, Interseal, Interplus, Interzone, Intergard)," said Ian Fletcher, regional marketing manager--Europe, Protective Coatings, AkzoNobel.
Returning to PFL action just four days after their elimination in the interzone semifinals of the AFC Cup, the Busmen played with verve and urgency as they collected their ninth win of the season to hike their tally to 28 points for fourth spot.
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If the text paintings portray academic syllabi as occupying an interzone between individual artistic and larger institutional ends, the benches stand halfway between solitary reflection and social interaction, their discordant upholstery embodying a pure--and joyful--unpredictability.
More specifically, he advised the VWP to assign and train two hundred cadres to carry out this campaign in twenty communes in Interzone I --or Viet Bac--and in Interzone IV (Luo 1952, pp.
After a section on the environment of the state as a whole, his arrangement is geographical, covering the Southwest Province and Southwestern Interzone, the Eremaean Province, and the Northern Province.
Applemerica and Samsungea were forced, despite decades of enmity, to collaborate on containment, and the surrounding frag- ments of liveable land became an interzone between the empires.
CBRP (Cluster Based Routing Protocol) [13] uses an on-demand protocol between nodes both intrazone and interzone communication.
Irish production company, InterZone Pictures will use the speed record footage in a new series of documentaries it plans to produce, focused on the sport of offshore powerboat racing, its history and folklore.
An analytical solution called the interzone temperature profile estimation (ITPE) technique is available to solve for the temperature distribution under slab-on grade floors (Chuangchid & Krarti, 2001).