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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Instead, her study of intertextuality in Ballard moves from an acknowledgment of his rootedness in sf, including contributions to Interzone that reached well into the 1990s.
The Interzone Routing Protocol (IERP) for Ad Hoc Networks.
The silencing of Muhammad, whose talents are overshadowed and consumed by Gertrude's, is also interesting in the context of those expat American writers who lived in Tangiers before it became part of independent Morocco.Julia Melcher describes the world of these expat American writers in her essay "Invisible Interzone," in the most recent issue of Critical Muslim.
Microtubules emanating from the nuclei give rise to a well-developed phragmoplast in the interzone (Fig.
Much like contemporary free enterprise zones, the international zone of Tangier, which morphs into the delocalized Interzone of the novel, was a deregulated extranational space.
Gelsy Verna's work arises from an interzone, a place framed by the geography of exile and the vicissitudes of crossing between the borders of both culture and identity.
Enno Poppe will conduct the UK premiere of Interzone, a piece inspired by William S Burroughs' writings on his time living in Tangiers.
SensiChip View 2.1 software was used to analyze TIFF images at a fixed spot diameter of 125 [micro]m, with "center of gravity" as the spot-alignment method and an interzone of 13 pixels.
Figure 1 illustrates the energy transfer for a given zone that is associated with the outdoor and interzone airflow.
The Birmingham Science Fiction Group will hear from Rob Grey, of Interzone magazine, at its meeting on Friday, February 8.