bizone

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bizone

(ˈbaɪˌzəʊn)
n
1. an area comprising two administrative zones
2. (Animals) a moth genus in the Arctiidae family
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In April 1949 western zones controlled by the United States, Great Britain and France were bound into Trizonia and shortly after, on 24 May 1949 transferred into a country--West Germany.
Six dilatometers TM71 were installed along the three remarkable faults (Heliki, Lakka and Aigion faults) situated on the north bank of Peloponnesos and one dilatometer was installed on the fault crossing the Trizonia Island near the northern bank of Corinth Gulf (Trizonia fault).
After an eleven-month-long Anglo-American airlift, the three Western Allies unified their occupation zones into "trizonia," but the crisis had demonstrated the Soviet willingness to intervene.