Zone

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zone

[n] - a circumscribed geographical region characterized by some distinctive features 2. [n] - any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude 3. [n] - an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic 4. [n] - (anatomy) any encircling o
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zone

the term 'zone' as applied to reservoirs, is used to describe an interval which has one or more distinguishing characteristics, such as lithology, porosity, saturation, etc.
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Zone

Any group of crystal planes that are all parallel to one line, called the zone axis. See also: Crystal.
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Zone

The section of a building that is served by one heating or cooling loop because it has noticeably distinct heating or cooling needs. Also, the section of property that will be watered from a lawn sprinkler system.
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Zone

Zone (zōn) noun [ French zone , Latin zona , Greek zw`nh ; akin to zwnny`nai to gird, Lithuanian jůsta a girdle, jůsti to gird, Zend yāh .] 1. A girdle; a cincture. [ Poetic] « An embroidered zone
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Zone

Zone transitive verb To girdle; to encircle. [ R.] Keats.
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Zone

Zone noun 1. (Biogeography) An area or part of a region characterized by uniform or similar animal and plant life; a life zone; as, Littoral zone , Austral zone , etc. The zones , or life zones , commonly recognized for North America are Arctic, Hudsonian, Ca
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zone

1. A girdle; a cincture. 'An embroidered zone surrounds her waist.' (Dryden) 'Loose were her tresses seen, her zone unbound.' (Collins) ... 2. <geography> One of the five great divisions of the earth, with respect to latitude and temperature. ... The zones are five: the torrid zone, extending from tropic to tropic 46 deg 56 min, or 23 deg 28
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zone

zona noun (anatomy) any encircling or beltlike structure
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zone

noun a circumscribed geographical region characterized by some distinctive features
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zone

noun any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude
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zone

(zōn) an encircling region or area; by extension, any area with specific characteristics or boundary.
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Zone

• (n.) A series of faces whose intersection lines with each other are parallel. • (n.) An area or part of a region characterized by uniform or similar animal and plant life; a life zone; as, Littoral zone, Austral zone, etc. • (n.) The aggregate of stations, in whatsoever direction or on whatsoever line of railroad, situated between
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zone

zone 1. Any continuous tract or area that differs in some respect, or is distinguished for some purpose, from adjoining tracts or areas, or within which certain distinctive circumstances exist or are established. 2. In geology, any of five great divisions of the earth's surface, bounded by lines parallel to the equator and named according to the pr
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Zone

A defensive strategy where each player is assigned a designated area to defend.
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ZONE

One or more rooms powered by one or more amplifiers, which are all fed by one source. A home can be divided into multiple zones, which can play multiple sources, even though several rooms (say, the kitchen, dining room, and living room) all play the same source.
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Zone

[vestment] The Zone (ζώνη, zonē); occurs in Homer as (ζώνην, zonēn) a woman`s girdle and can even refer to her waist itself. Classical Greek had a verb (ζώννυσθαι, zonusthai) put a girdle around the loins, or "gird one`s self." In modern Greek and Church Slavonic the zone or (Поясъ, poyas - belt) is a liturgical bel
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Zone

[band] Zone was an all-female pop rock band started in Sapporo, Japan in 1999. Although it initially started as a dance group, they turned to an all-female band. Zone has been categorized in a new genre called "bandol" (a portmanteau of the words band and idol). The band was started by Studio RunTime and released their first single, "Good D
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Zone

One or more rooms powered by one or more amplifiers, which are all fed by one source. A home can be divided into multiple zones, which can play multiple sources, even though several rooms (say, the kitchen, dining room, and living room) all play the same source.
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Zone

a type of defense that assigns each defender to a particular area in front of or around his team's goal in which he is responsible for marking any attacker that enters; often used in youth league games but rarely in professional competition.
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zone

The portion of a sphere between two parallel planes.
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zone

An area within the interior space of a building, such as an individual room(s), to be cooled, heated, or ventilated. A zone has its own thermostat to control the flow of conditioned air into the space.
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zone

zone [Gr.,=girdle], in geography, area with a certain physical and/or cultural unity that distinguishes it from other areas. The division of the earth into five climatic zones probably originated (5th cent. B.C.) with Parmenides, who recognized a torrid zone (see tropics) and north and south tempera...
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Zone

In geography, a zone is any of the five divisions of the surface of the earth characterised by their latitude or temperature differences. From north to south the zones are divided by the Arctic Circle, the tropic of Cancer, the tropic of Capricorn, and the Antarctic Circle. At the polar extremes are the North Frigid Zone (lying north of the Arctic
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