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  1. A zone is a family of faces of a polyhedron that are all parallel to a given direction in space, called the zone axis.
  2. A zone is a contiguous portion of the domain namespace for which a DNS server has authority to resolve DNS queries. (Web site)
  3. A zone is a logical group of networks.
  4. A zone is a loop of faces connected by opposite (parallel) sides.
  5. A zone is a partition of Euclidean space into mutually-parallel lines. (Web site)

Buffer Zone

  1. Only a third party agreed to by Egypt and Israel will enter and conduct inspections within the perimeters of technical installations in the buffer zone. (Web site)
  2. This area serves as a buffer zone, should the first gate be breached.
  3. This was partly to develop the region but also to provide a buffer zone between the Russians and the Mongol hordes to the east. (Web site)


  1. The zone stretches along the northern border of Israel and straddles the westward bend of the Litani River. (Web site)
  2. Israel says its allied militia in Lebanon, the South Lebanon Army (SLA), has withdrawn from a base in the central sector of its security zone.
  3. An agreement to establish a demilitarized zone between Israel and Syria was signed on July 20, 1949, but border clashes continued. (Web site)


  1. It's all right to wire the industrial zone only, but there are many problems if other regions of the North are wired," Kim told Roh, according to Yonhap. (Web site)
  2. The Center is made up of Zone A, B, C, and D, the surrounding of which is decorated with arts and crafts from all regions of Thailand. (Web site)
  3. The pelagic part of the aphotic zone can be further divided into regions that succeed each other vertically according to temperature. (Web site)


  1. The last major earthquake at the Cascadia subduction zone was the 1700 Cascadia earthquake, estimated to have a magnitude of 8.7 to 9.2. (Web site)
  2. We estimated that we needed to examine at lest 1,000 adults per zone. (Web site)
  3. An estimated 1,200 km (750 mi) of faultline slipped about 15 m (50 ft) along the subduction zone where the India Plate dives under the Burma Plate. (Web site)


  1. When Acetobacter colonies form enough acetic acid from the ethanol, the calcium carbonate around the colonies dissolves, forming a very distinct clear zone. (Web site)
  2. The pressure of the impinging plates could only be relieved by thrusting skyward, contorting the collision zone, and forming the jagged Himalayan peaks.
  3. As oceanic crust spreads away from the ridge it gets older, colder and starts to sink, forming a subduction zone.


  1. The two were complementary because possession of the zone could not be won quickly unless Berlin was taken. (Web site)
  2. In response Stalin blockaded Berlin, which was deep within the Soviet zone, although subject to the control of all four major powers. (Web site)
  3. The city of Berlin, though lying in the Soviet zone, was partitioned among the four Allies as well, with West Berlin being controlled by the Western allies.

Partial Melting

  1. It descends below the asthenosphere, a zone of partial melting of the crust.
  2. Diorite results from partial melting of a mafic rock above a subduction zone. (Web site)


  1. However, those magmas also contribute to the weakness of the zone, affecting the rheological properties of the rocks. (Web site)
  2. Plate tectonic mechanisms move rocks throughout the crust, so even sedimentary and metamorphic rocks can become melted again in a subduction zone. (Web site)
  3. They almost all live in the intertidal zone, among rocks and corals. (Web site)


  1. It forms a subduction zone along the border with the Bird's Head Plate and the Woodlark Plate to the south. (Web site)
  2. Uijeongbu is a fairly large city north of Seoul, If I drive north one hour, I'd be looking at the demilitarized zone, the border with North Korea.
  3. Residents of border areas in both Azerbaijan and Iran travel across the border in this restricted zone without visas.


  1. Hosts assigned to this zone can be reached from the internal network and from the Internet, but cannot access the internal network.
  2. If access to any network in a zone is denied, access to that zone is also denied by default.
  3. A free-trade zone is a part of an AppleTalk internet that is accessible by two other parts of the internet, neither of which can access the other.


  1. To deny access to all networks in a zone if access to one of those networks is denied, use the no form of this command. (Web site)
  2. ZIP is used by NBP to determine which networks contain nodes that belong to a zone. (Web site)
  3. A Demilitarized Zone or DMZ is a network segment that is separated from other networks.


  1. The Transition Zone is a discontinuous escarpment belt formed through erosion of the ancient massif, which runs more or less parallel to the coast. (Web site)
  2. This fault zone contains many large and small faults running parallel and at odd angles to one another.


  1. So we can see that the faces in a zone need not intersect at all, as long as they are all parallel to the same line in space. (Web site)
  2. The East London Line is the only line not to enter Travelcard Zone 1. (Web site)
  3. Line B is drawn about.5-1 cm behind Line A. It is the anterior border of the defined zone.

East Rift Zone

  1. In the east rift zone, lava flowed from the TEB vent through tubes to feed one ocean entry and no surface flows.
  2. Aerial view of a lava lake atop the Kupaianaha vent on the east rift zone of Kilauea Volcano For other uses, see Lava (disambiguation). (Web site)
  3. Lava continues to erupt from the east rift zone and flow through tubes towards the coast. (Web site)


  1. The team was not able to forecast the date of the next eruption and the force exerted by the magma into the rift zone has largely decreased since 2006.
  2. In 1986, the eruption migrated 3 km down the east rift zone to build a broad shield, Kupaianaha, which fed lava to the coast for the next 5.5 years.
  3. Eruptive fissure high on the northeast rift zone of Mauna Loa about 10 hours after the eruption started in Moku`aweoweo Caldera (top left).


  1. The Safety Zone is being implemented in response to recent eruptions from the Augustine Volcano. (Web site)
  2. In 1977, the band changed its name to Anzen Chitai ("Safety Zone"), and Kazuyoshi Tamaki left the group to be replaced by Ichiji Ohira. (Web site)
  3. Port Chicago was bought out and demolished by the Federal Government to form a safety zone near the Naval Weapons Station loading docks. (Web site)


  1. As you'll recall, zone transfers are how DNS updates are propagated through the network from the primary DNS to all of the secondary DNS. (Web site)
  2. Phase 2 supports multiple logical networks on a single physical network and allows networks to be in more than one zone.
  3. DNS2 successfully accepts zone transfers from DNS1. All client computers on your network are DHCP clients.


  1. A zone contains information that defines mappings between domain names and IP addresses and other resources, organized in form of resource records (RR). (Web site)
  2. Zone files contain domain names, their associated name server names and the IP addresses for those name servers.
  3. Each zone file contains a list of DNS records with mappings between domain names and IP addresses.


  1. In general suitable operating conditions for the alkylation reaction zone include a temperature of from about (Web site)
  2. Think of it as controlling your heating and cooling the same way you control your lights - a thermostat controls each zone to the temperature you choose.
  3. Mapping this zone gives clues about the temperature and melt content in the asthenosphere.


  1. During 5-11 May HVO reported that activity at Kilauea continued at the summit and the east rift zone.
  2. This eruption originated at the summit and, within a few hours, migrated to the northeast rift zone. (Web site)
  3. Within hours, the summit activity stopped and lava began erupting from a series of vents along the northeast rift zone. (Web site)


  1. Zone 1 on the lava flow hazard map for Mauna Loa includes the summit region and the recently active parts of the rift zones. (Web site)
  2. The eruption lasted five days producing lava fountains, cascades of lava into Halemaumau, flows which crossed the road, and new cracks in the rift zone. (Web site)
  3. The East Rift Zone of Kilauea Volcano is an area that has seen most of the recent lava activity on the Island of Hawai'i.


  1. Forechecking Checking in the offensive zone in order to gain control of the puck and set up a scoring opportunity. (Web site)
  2. Meanwhile, British and French troops, the ultimatum to Israel and Egypt having been ignored as expected, were busy trying to take control of the canal zone.
  3. Damper - Found at the exit point of ductwork, this plate usually contains grates that can be opened or closed to control the flow of air into a zone. (Web site)


  1. This zone of weak material exists below a depth of about 100 kilometers and in some regions extends as deep as 700 kilometers. (Web site)
  2. Magma is generated east of the subduction zone, where subducted material reaches a depth at which it melts. (Web site)
  3. The heat source is magma at depth in the fracture zone along the line of the East Kamchatka Volcanic Belt. (Web site)


  1. Individual plutons are crystallized from magma that traveled toward the surface from a zone of partial melting near the base of the Earth's crust. (Web site)
  2. The surface layer, extending to about 200m in depth, is known as the epipelagic (or photic) zone. (Web site)
  3. That zone of the earth's mantle which lies beneath the relatively rigid lithosphere, between 50 and 300 km below the surface. (Web site)


  1. If the kick returner catches the ball in his own end zone, he can either run with the ball, or elect for a touchback by kneeling in the end zone.
  2. A safety is a rare event occurring when a player causes the ball to become dead in his own end zone.
  3. Minnesota defender Matt Blair burst through the line to block the punt, and Terry Brown recovered the ball in the end zone for touchdown.


  1. Zone File: A file that contains data describing a portion of the domain name space.
  2. In one technique a lights distillation is used to recover a portion of the unreacted benzene contained in the effluent from an alkylation reaction zone. (Web site)
  3. The aphotic zone generally underlies the photic zone, which is that portion of the ocean directly affected by sunlight.


  1. Trenches and active subduction zones are found along much of the Ring of Fire, a zone of volcanism and earthquake activity that borders the Pacific ocean.
  2. Many active volcanoes are in the Ring of Fire, a zone of seismic and volcanic activity that encircles the Pacific Ocean. (Web site)
  3. Indonesia is on the Pacific Ocean's ``Ring of Fire,'' a zone of active volcanoes and tectonic plates. (Web site)

Frequent Earthquakes

  1. The Ring of Fire is a zone of frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that encircles the basin of the Pacific Ocean.

Catalyst Bed

  1. Deactivation of catalyst is accompanied by a displacement of the zone in which the reaction takes place along the catalyst bed.


  1. Benzene is supplied to the transalkylation reaction zone through line 18. (Web site)

San Andreas Fault Zone

  1. The rise lies in part under the Gulf of California and is offset along the San Andreas Fault zone under southern California.
  2. Aerial view, looking north toward San Francisco, of Crystal Springs Reservoir, which follows the San Andreas fault zone. (Web site)
  3. A well-known example of such a transform-fault boundary is the San Andreas Fault zone.

San Andreas Fault

  1. The San Andreas fault zone is a transform boundary between two tectonic plates, the North America plate and the Pacific plate.
  2. An example of this is the San Andreas fault zone in southern California where the North American plate is sliding past the Pacific plate.
  3. California is famous for earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault zone but there is another type of plate boundary where large earthquakes occur.


  1. The scientists, who began drilling in 2004, finally entered the fault zone about two miles below the surface of the Earth on Tuesday. (Web site)
  2. The second observatory is located in the fault zone that is the boundary between the subducting Pacific Plate and the upper North American Plate. (Web site)
  3. This angled section will actually pierce the fault zone and wind up embedded in the North American Plate about two miles below the surface. (Web site)


  1. The first kind of data held in sets called zones; each zone is the complete database for a particular "pruned" subtree of the domain space. (Web site)
  2. The process can be conducted in a single reaction zone or a number of reaction zones arranged in series or in parallel.
  3. The region where these two zones meet is called the marginal zone.


  1. Alkylation reaction zone effluent in line 16 passes to flash zone 170. (Web site)
  2. Flashing also typically lowers the temperature of the alkylation reaction zone effluent. (Web site)
  3. The isomerization reaction zone effluent typically contains a mixture of isoparaffins and normal paraffins. (Web site)


  1. Thus, the isomerization feed may contain normal paraffin or isoparaffin recycled from the effluent of the isomerization reaction zone. (Web site)
  2. Normal paraffins pass to the isomerization reaction zone. (Web site)
  3. In FIG. 2, the isomerization reaction zone effluent flows to depropanizer 90 instead of to stabilizer 120. (Web site)

Alkylation Zone

  1. The butenes stream are combined and passed to an alkylation zone where it is alkylated with isobutane. (Web site)
  2. The alkylation zone is ordinarily operated to obtain an essentially complete conversion of the alkylating agent to monoalkylate and polyalkylate.
  3. This allows for control of the total olefin in the alkylation zone and eliminates the very undesirable higher olefins. (Web site)


  1. Transalkylation is a slower reaction which occurs both in the alkylation zone and in the remainder of the catalyst bed.
  2. The alkylation zone 4 is operated at temperature and pressure conditions to maintain the alkylation reaction in the supercritical phase, i.e. (Web site)
  3. The polyethylbenzenes formed can be recycled to the alkylation zone, where they undergo transalkylation with benzene to produce more ethylbenzene. (Web site)


  1. If the TTL value is not present, the DNS server sets the value to the TTL specified in the SOA (Start of Authority) record of the zone.
  2. When a name server loads a zone, it forces the TTL of all authoritative RRs to be at least the MINIMUM field of the SOA, here 86400 seconds, or one day. (Web site)
  3. The MINIMUM value in the SOA should be used to set a floor on the TTL of data distributed from a zone. (Web site)


  1. SOA - Start of Authority record defines the authoritative server and parameters for the DNS zone. (Web site)
  2. The DNS records for your domain are kept on your hosting server in the place called DNS zone. (Web site)
  3. When you enable mail service in the control panel, an MX record is created automatically in the DNS zone. (Web site)


  1. A separator receives the effluent from the alkylation reaction zone and removes water from a sidecut of unreacted aromatic feed.
  2. But need for the Litani River made Israel establish a security zone which secured access to the water.
  3. The planet is orbiting in the middle of the habitable zone of the red dwarf star Gliese 581, which means it could have water on its surface. (Web site)

Vadose Zone

  1. CAPILLARY FRINGE —(1) The zone at the bottom of the Zone of Aeration (Vadose Zone) where ground water is drawn upward by capillary force.
  2. The top part of the earth between the surface and the water table is called the vadose zone.
  3. A perched water table (or perched aquifer) is an aquifer that occurs above the regional water table, in the vadose zone.

Free Trade Zone

  1. Chabahar (in Persian چابهار), previously also Bandar Beheshti, is an Iranian city and a free port (Free Trade Zone) on the coast of the Gulf of Oman.
  2. So far, as the only Free Trade Zone in Zhejiang Province, Ningbo Free Trade Zone is among the regions with the highest level of openness in Mainland China.
  3. Batam is an industrialized island situated near Singapore that plans to become a Free Trade Zone (FTZ) area in the near future.


  1. German and Italian forces occupied all of France, including the "Vichy" zone, following the Allied invasion of North Africa in November 1942.
  2. Stalin agreed to give France a zone but it had to come from the American or British zones and not the Soviet zone.
  3. Britain and France would then demand that both Israel and Egypt withdraw from the canal zone.

Unoccupied Zone

  1. After the defeat of France by Germany in June 1940, France was divided into an occupied zone and unoccupied zone, with Provence in the unoccupied zone. (Web site)
  2. In November 1942, in response to allied landings in North Africa, the Germans invaded the unoccupied zone of France. (Web site)
  3. In October 1940, German authorities deported about 7,500 Jews from southwestern Germany across the border into the unoccupied zone of France. (Web site)

Benioff Zone

  1. Benioff zone A dipping planar (flat) zone of earthquakes that is produced by the interaction of a downgoing oceanic crustal plate with a continental plate.
  2. A Wadati-Benioff zone (also Benioff-Wadati zone or Benioff zone) is a deep active seismic area in a subduction zone.
  3. This region, called the "Benioff Zone", is used to locate the subducting plate, as shown for the case of Japan on the left-hand side of Figure 2. (Web site)


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