trizonal


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trizonal

(traɪˈzəʊnəl)
adj
formed or arranged in three layers or zonesbelonging or relating to the division and occupation of West Germany in three zones, controlled by Britain, the USA, and France respectively, following World War II (from 1945 to 1949)
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As he revealed on his departure, he was not going there with an open mind: "Specifically, we will try to have a very clear picture of the consequences of the model on the socio-economic life of the country and of the real deadlocks encountered daily by the citizens in Bosnia Herzegovina, as a result of the bicomunal, trizonal federation.
A prototypic histologic pattern of RN was described as consisting of a junctional melanocytic component with varying degrees of pigmentation overlying fibrous scar tissue and deep, residual, monomorphous nevus cells lacking mitotic figures (2); this pattern would later be termed trizonal.
La gran vision de la estructura geografica del territorio venezolano fue aportada originalmente por Humboldt en las mencionadas tres zonas o paisajes geograficos, pero Codazzi (1940, II) le dio una descripcion sistematizada, de mayor amplitud y organizacion; se trata, en todo caso, de un modelo trizonal elaborado por ambos exploradores, que bien recuerda la trilogia bosque-pasto-labrantio de las tierras agricolas en la Edad Media (Luelmo, 1977).