concentration area

concentration area

1. An area, usually in the theater of operations, where troops are assembled before beginning active operations.
2. A limited area on which a volume of gunfire is placed within a limited time.
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Table 1 shows personal, medical, socioeconomic characteristics, and respiratory health indices of the study population, by city and ozone concentration area (as used for the sampling scheme), during the academic year 2013-2014.
The results mainly exhibit and explain the phase-lag characteristics in concentration and vertical flux at the reference height, near-immobile bed, and very low concentration area for difference sediment sizes.
The Mesozoic Linglong biotite monzonitic granite, Guojialing granodiorite, and Luanjiahe monzodiorite are extensively distributed in the Jiaodong gold concentration area, which was closely related to the gold deposit mineralization.
They were still many hours away from their Concentration Area in the vicinity of Gabbar.
Reduction of Classes 3 and 4 became the DEN COM concentration area and unfortunately commanders seemed to hone in on this.
[8] proposed concentration area (C-A) method which is employed to define the geophysical background and anomalies.
Two tenders for the request of offers from specialized companies for the (a) feeding of two salt washing lines including the revamped line, also (b) the extraction of raw salt from the concentration area No.
Caption: German soldiers entering a concentration area to be disarmed by soldiers of the 1't Canadian Corps, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 9, 1945.
marines and troops of the Lithuanian Grand Duke Algirdas Mechanized Infantry Battalion landed from Polish "Lublin" class landing ships by swimming tracked amphibian vehicles ashore, and deployed in the concentration area.
Furthermore, the retail sector continues to prosper in Dubai and remains the focus concentration area for the company, according to the statement.
Since established as a naval base in December 1942, Naval Station Mayport, Florida, as grown to become the third largest naval fleet concentration area in the United States and the second largest on the East Coast.
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