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Zone

1. See: Free trade zone.

2. In marketing, an area that a single sales representative or team of sales representatives are assigned to cover. A sales representative whose zone is, for example, Oklahoma, is not allowed to try to sell products in Texas and vice versa. This helps prevents sales reps from competing with each other for commissions.
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Consequently, for those within the border zone, traveling into the
Present at the camp was also the UNHCR with a mission to provide humanitarian aid and try to persuade people to leave the border zone and move to some other shelters.
It also called on all member states, particularly the two parties to the Abyei dispute, to ensure free, unhindered and quick movement to and from Abyei and throughout the Safe Demilitarised Border Zone of all UNISFA personnel, equipment and other supplies, including vehicles, aircraft and spare parts, which are for the exclusive use of the peacekeepers.
This region constitutes a classical example of border zones as sites of intense identity production, as theorized in his earlier work.
A border zone, which ideally consists of desirable shrubs and trees, e.
The hike is payback for the United States' elimination of a program allowing Mexican trucks to operate beyond the border zone.
Thai and Cambodian troops faced off at a disputed border zone as military officials from both sides headed for urgent peace talk, a day after a deadly gun battle erupted near an 11th century temple.
Karim Abad Hassan al-Qurayshi, the officer in charge of relations and information at the 3rd Border Zone Command, told Aswat al-Iraq a" Voices of Iraq a" (VOI).
In the study, the fMR data showed increased activity in visual processing areas of the brain as patients learned to detect stimuli in their visual border zone.
The border zone turns out to be a place of mixed blessing.
They are at once there and not there, inhabiting the border zone between presence and absence.
The Secretariat of Economy and six chambers of commerce (Concamin, Conieti, Caname, Anfad, Antad and Concanaco) agreed to pursue a program that will allow for industrial and commercial companies within the border zone to certify their own compliance with certain Mexican Official Standards (NOMs).