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dead spot

n.
1. A zone within the range of a radio transmitter where little or no signal can be received.
2. A zone between the the ranges of radio transmitters where little or no signal can be received. In both senses also called dead zone.
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Woz's new abode, a few miles away, doesn't have quite as many fun extras, but it isn't in the middle of a wireless dead spot either.
Showing movies during the working week, she wryly took up the idea of unemployment as an economic dead spot within the booming late-'90s world economy (and, specifically, the almost fully employed Norway), looking to open up a few hours of unproductive, unprogrammed time at a moment when new information technologies allowed work to permeate the boundaries between office and home, public and private, If, as Smithson wrote, "To spend time in a movie house is to make a 'hole' in one's life," then Mir asked her audiences to make a hole in work in order to create time for life.
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The propeller causes a positive product displacement whilst the cone prevents any bridging in the centre of the Prop-Flow where there would normally be a dead spot.