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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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In clinics that improved their PCMH scores above the median, their patient experience subdomain scores generally increased from baseline to postintervention (Table 2, Figure 1).
The alleged hackers have supposedly been creating subdomains attached to legitimate Trump Organization websites and have been doing so without detection for several years, suggesting they have had ongoing access to the Trump Organization's account with web domain registrar GoDaddy.
com subdomain, but for a custom domain name, you have to opt for a personal plan costing $2.
The extension of WR methods to time-dependent PDEs was started independently in [19, 21]: in these papers, the authors use the DD paradigm to decompose the PDEs into several subdomain problems, each posed in space and time.
Subdomain group differences between group means on overall physical self-worth are presented in Table 4.
PDQL-TR, HY and UPDRS total and subdomain scores were found to be significantly correlated with each other Many other studies showed similar results for the different versions of PDQL in the literature (28,29).
Chemical reactions for each subdomain are given below and details of the rate constants are given in table 3.
Students like Students A and B learn the knowledge and skills of each subdomain equally well, but at different levels of performance.
In fact, researchers raised the issue that various subdomains of humility--such as intellectual humility (Gregg & Mahadevan, 2014; Hopkin, Hoyle, & Toner, 2014; McElroy et al.
We classified our data into four domains, each of which was then further divided into subdomains (see Table 1).
The fake Apple login page, resembling the original screen, reportedly existed on a subdomain of EA.
Earlier this month, the same group uploaded a defacement page to the Eastern Railway subdomain of the official Indian Railways website.
In this last method, the corner nodes in 2D or the corner edges in 3D (we denote by "corner" the geometrical entities which belong to more than two subdomains) are extracted from each subdomain and are globally and uniquely numbered.