enzone

enzone

(ɪnˈzəʊn)
vb (tr)
to enclose in a zone
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This Enzone was the playmaker for Fremd, running the Viking offense to perfection, leading them to a MSL West, MSL and regional titles and 22 wins on the season.
And members of Bodffordd's Enzone fitness club were also determined to do their bit and organised a 24 hour marathon.
You ma; also treat existing vineyards with the fumigants fenamiphos and sodium tetrathioearbamate (Enzone), but these treatments have only temporary effects.
Graham Coggins, Managing Director, Enzone Plastics Ltd.
Just feel the quality: Mr Ken Thomas, managing director of Bilston company Enzone Plastics, and Ms Sandra Harding, account manager at Business Link Wolverhampton, look at some of the firm's products.
To score, a team must carry the ball into the opponents enzone, which is situated behind the goal line, or a player must catch a pass while he is in the enzone.
Enzone can be found on the Internet at enzone@ix.netcom.com.
Two weigh-in days have been organised for the teams at the beginning of the challenge - on January 6 teams can go along to Enzone in Bodffordd, or Cartio Mon on the following day.
Prior to 1993, carbon disulfide (Enzone [TM]) had been used on a limited number of acres of grapes in the North Coast to control phylloxera.
Bank Holiday Fun Day, Enzone Health and Fitness in Parc Cefni, Llangefni This Monday there will be a family sports themed day from 11am with all monies raised going to the North Wales children's hospice Ty Gobaith.
On August 31, Enzone Health and Fitness, Parc Cefni, Bodfordd nr Llangefni, have a family sports themed day from 11am.
Mark Humphreys set up Enzone Health and Fitness in March 2014, starting off in small premises before expanding to a warehouse at Parc Cefni, Bodffordd, near Llangefni.