closed area

closed area

A designated area in or over which passage of any kind is prohibited. See also prohibited area.
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The serious incidents and injuries which marred the game started within the closed area of the stadium, continuing in the area around the sporting venue where Apoel fans were entrenched.
The military forces deployed at the Tunisian-Libyan border near the closed area of Ben Guerdane intercepted Sunday three smuggling vehicles trying to enter Tunisia.
They also blocked a bypass road and prevented Palestinians from entering the closed area.
One of the issues the team was interested in was whether the existence of a closed area changed the behavior of the fish inside it, compared to the behavior of fish outside the area.
The certificate covers two former surface impoundments, with a closed area of approximately 2.
In 1999, after 4 y of closure, video surveys of the Nantucket Lightship Closed Area, and Closed Area I and Closed Area II on Georges Bank revealed high densities of 0.
Re-opening 26,388 square miles of Gulf waters to commercial and recreational fishing NOAA announced yesterday that it is re-opening 26,388 square miles of Gulf waters to commercial and recreational fishing in the southeastern portion of the closed area.
Aerosols are flammable in a closed area and it went bang.
The government said the so-called Frontier Closed Area, which lies just south of the 35-km-long border, will be reduced in phases to about 4 km by 2012.
The closed area includes the popular Cooper Canyon trail camp, one of Southern California's rare waterfalls - known as Zig Zag Falls - and the Eagles Roost picnic area, which will be accessible only by a 4 1/2-mile walk.
A closed area will be set up to protect orange roughy which, according to scientists, is particularly at risk.
But Finnie claimed their data was out of date and added: 'We do not expect this closed area proposal to survive.