danger area


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danger area

1. In air traffic control, an airspace of defined dimensions within which activities dangerous to the flight of aircraft may exist at specified times.
2. (DOD only) A specified area above, below, or within which there may be potential danger. See also closed area; prohibited area; restricted area.
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It is intended to prevent a railway vehicle from colliding with an object located in the danger area or that it is included in the danger area at all.
Steve Williams crossed in from a Steve Jones corner, and after several headers into the danger area, substitute Jordan Thomas headed home to send Joe Gibbons' side up to fourth.
You diverted the traffic around the danger area, tried relentlessly to move the car onto the hard shoulder, and eventually and very mysteriously got the car re-started.
Mark Timlin floated the ball into the danger area and Jarvis's (inset) header gave Rovers keeper Barry Murphy no chance.
Mark Reynolds 7 Did well to nod the ball back into the danger area to help create Rooney's winner.
Harrison headed inches wide for Cheltenham at the start of the second half but the decisive goal arrived just short of the hour mark when Seabright's save from a Cureton header saw defender Troy Brown return the ball into the danger area for Keith Lowe to nod in from close range.
Then, Sean Thornton fluffed his lines by firing wide after Parkinson's free kick fizzed into the danger area.
With his first touch he teed-up Liam Ridehalgh, who crossed into the danger area for Juan to drill a shot into the Orient net from six yards.
Danny Lloyd broke free down the left to deliver a low cross into the danger area, which Gareth Evans should have buried but he failed to connect from point-blank range.
The winner came right on half-time when Gordon netted after Ryan Harding nodded a McCord free-kick into the danger area.
Then, after a long ball into the danger area, skipper Gary Warren flicked the ball on to Chris Todd and he let the ball bounce once before volleying the ball into the roof of the net in the eighth minute.
The manner in which the ball was delivered into the danger area had to be more accurate.