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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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Hold the space for time zones that go outside the comfort level.
What if the time zones for each town or city in WA were based on their own longitude, and not the same one for the entire state?
Amateur astronomer Lord Tanlaw is on a one-man mission to give Wales and Scotland the right to decide what time zone to follow, and his Bill yesterday aroused the curiosity of two former chancellors and a collection of other former political heavyweights.
In other words, start adapting to the new time zone during the flight.
Teams whose opponents crossed three time zones to play won a full 60 percent of the time.
When we travel from one time zone to another, our circadian rhythm becomes out of balance.
But put me on the road and throw me over 11 time zones in a short period of time and my sleep switch gets thrown to 'off'.
Crossing three or more time zones disrupts circadian rhythm and the sleep-wake cycle.
The structure of the Saudi regime is unique in the world and in history, because it embraces two conflicting time zones (as explained in Part 15C to be published in May).
LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE - The Kornfelds, like other families with young children, live in several time zones simultaneously.
Since oil became a factor of geo-strategic importance and the kingdom's role as a major producer was established, the ruling superstructure has been operating in two time zones - the Western time zone and the Wahhabi time zone, with the latter being two centuries behind.