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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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He said some MTA debts cannot be allocated to the zones, such as cross border bus leases, existing workers' compensation debts and certificates of participation to fund workers' compensation claims.
Designation as an empowerment zone would make critical areas of Brooklyn eligible for substantial economic development benefits, including $230 million in tax-exempt financing for business and community development purposes; $100 million in Social Service Block Grants for use by nonprofit groups; and a variety of tax incentives for local hiring, environmental remediation, equipment purchasing and other purposes over a period of 10 years.
Janet Huston, a spokeswoman for the state Housing and Community Development Department, said the state had received far more applications for enterprise zones than it had available slots.
Central to the legislation is the establishment of the Gulf Opportunity (GO) Zones, the areas hit hardest by the hurricanes for which there are tax incentives for individuals and businesses to revitalize and rebuild in these areas.
It provides incentives to businesses and to individuals who live in the zones, and to those who previously did business there.
The most common zones are even-front zones (2-3, 2-1-2, etc.
First in a two part series on dead zones in coastal waters
Instead of up to 384 zones of control, the new Altanium C series has up to 12 zones.
It has helped send countless low-level drug offenders in inner cities--most of them minorities like Young, who's black--to prison for much longer terms than those committing the same crimes in the suburbs, where drug-free zones occupy a dramatically smaller fraction of the overall space.
Ports that are members of a group or zone can communicate with each other, but are isolated from ports in other zones.
have announced they're opening major retail outlets in this neighborhood that became one of six federally funded empowerment zones in 1995.
Four zones encompass the blue line's 28 stations, while the orange line's 24 stations make up three zones.
Vice-President, Operations for Klondike Star Mineral Corporation (OTCBB:KDSM) today announced the discovery of volcanogenic massive sulphide zones at it's Ultra Project, near Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada.
In August, officials hailed a Schwarzenegger administration agreement to change state law and take public investments into consideration as part of the overall ratio in establishing enterprise zones.
For the last seven years, Empire Zones have made a demonstrable improvement to urban areas throughout New York State.