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Synonyms for zone

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Synonyms for zone

a locally circumscribed place characterized by some distinctive features

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

an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic

regulate housing in

separate or apportion into sections

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But Young discovered that he would be facing a much harsher sentence, because, unbeknown to him, his motel room was located in a "drug-free school zone.
Defining a group of devices into a common zone provides an inherent security for different workgroups or applications.
In addition to New York, other zone sites include Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Detroit and the Philadelphia-Camden, New Jersey area.
Prior to the implementation of the zone concept, SEPTA's uniformed officers reported to a central headquarters and patrolled different parts of the transit system each day.
Using comforting pheromones that are detected by an animal through a special organ near their nasal cavity, Comfort Zone mirrors the natural pheromones emitted by dogs and cats and is veterinarian recommended to control destructive pet behaviors.
Arnold Schwarzenegger to change state regulations in an effort to retain the Northeast Valley Enterprise Zone, which gives tax breaks to companies that create jobs.
The Empire Zone program offers businesses within designated zones and businesses engaged in specific economic development activities at any location in the State of New York an opportunity to access tax incentives for two of the most pertinent elements for regional economic development: direct capital investments and increases in employment.
When we started to research the idea of running zone schemes, no one in the state was running such schemes.
The employee not only must work and live in an empowerment zone to qualify, but substantially all the employee's service must be performed within the empowerment zone.
The amount allowed for any tax year is 20% of the first $15,000 of qualified wages paid to each employee who is a resident of the zone and who performs substantially all employment services within the zone in the employer's trade or business during any period.
The enterprise zone concept was adopted by the Reagan-Bush administration and continued by the Bush-Quayle administration as a way to review America's most economically depressed areas.
Stretching from northern Californiainto British Columbia, this subduction zone is the junction between two huge plates of the earth's crust.
The existence of the Telluride mineralized zone was noted by previous workers, but had not been sampled or described in detail.
The California Technology, Trade and Commerce Agency approved Lancaster's request to expand the enterprise zone from 10,515 acres to 11,490 acres.
Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Pleasantville, the applicant purchased a parcel in a residential zone that had previously been used as a pre-existing non-conforming commercial moving and storage business and opened a lighting design and installation business.