exclusion zone


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exclusion zone

A zone established by a sanctioning body to prohibit specific activities in a specific geographic area. The purpose may be to persuade nations or groups to modify their behavior to meet the desires of the sanctioning body or face continued imposition of sanctions, or use or threat of force.
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exclusion zone

narea interdetta
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The Borough Council's statement said: "We understand from our contractor that any debris that fell from the site was contained within the safety exclusion zone - we are informed that this was put in place around the building and staffed by employees of the contractor, to prevent any public access to it.
Exclusion zone official Oleg Nasvit said: "I'd call this a high-quality moonshine - it isn't typical of a more highly purified vodka, but has the flavour of the grain from our original Ukrainian distillation methods - I like it."
Atomik is the first consumer product made 1,00 from crops grown in the 1,000sq mile exclusion zone around the nuclear plant that exploded in Ukraine in 1986.
They found a number of the highly explosive cylinders and have introduced a 200 metre exclusion zone.
To accommodate this exclusion zone, there will be a temporary planned footpath closure on the day and an application has been submitted to the relevant local authorities to accommodate this.
Following the disaster, a 19-mile exclusion zone was put in place around the power plant - which has been open to tourists since 2011.
The proposal received a mixed response on our social media page with some parents feeling it would shift the congestion problem to the drop-off points outside the exclusion zone.
It is at the edge of the exclusion zone - so a gathering there would not appear to directly contravene the order.
All the studied groups maintain stable and viable populations inside the exclusion zone.
"Indeed, the Exclusion Zone has paradoxically become a unique sanctuary for biodiversity," it added.
Mr Gauke said: "GPS tagging will help to better protect victims and give them the reassurance that perpetrators will not be able to breach an exclusion zone without triggering an immediate alert.
A large part of South Liverpool would also be caught by the exclusion zone relating to Liverpool John Lennon Airport.