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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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The radiologic transition zone is clearly identifiable in the majority of contrast enemas in rectosigmoid Hirschsprung disease and usually extends proximally over a few centimetres, maximally till the proximal sigmoid.
The JTGM is comprised of only foliated peridotites, while the STGM shows a well-developed foliated peridotite stratigraphically overlain by the dunite rich transition zone (Fig.
The largest chlorophyll-a concentrations in the transition zone can be explained by high concentrations of nutrients observed in the fluvial zone and by their possible transport along the longitudinal axis, as discussed earlier and as shown Ribeiro-Filho (2006, 2008).
Another direction to pursue is to use turnouts of a larger radius in which the transition zone in the crossings section is longer, which compensates for the shortcomings in the wheel geometry.
The presence of few and even immature GCs in the submucosa would exclude HSCR in a suction rectal biopsy specimen; however, for leveling ostomies and pull-throughs, the pathologist should require the presence of several relatively uniformly distributed clusters of mature bona fide GCs and no nerves between the muscular layers to avoid the transition zone.
Thus, a transition zone may be inundated or saturated for a period of months to years, and then dry for a period of months to years (more likely the latter).
The rain-snow transition zone in mountains of the Western United States is particularly vulnerable to large and potentially rapid changes in climate and land cover," states the University of California, Merced's abstract of the project.
The microstructure of the paste matrix in the vicinity of the transition zone of the fibers is considerably different from that of the bulk paste away from the interface (Bentur and Midness, 1990; Olivier et al.
In this transition zone, the thermal properties and temperature gradients differ from those of the upper and lower layers.
The article also features an absorbent composite with a first stratum, a second stratum and a transition zone intermediate and coextensive with the first and second strata.
The parcels being acquired - some on desert land, and others thickly vegetated - are located throughout the Santa Clarita Valley, and in some cases beyond, from the San Gabriel Mountains Desert Transition Zone to Lower Kagel Canyon.
You have to make sure that you went beyond the transition zone and got goblet cells, and that you got epithelial cells from the anal canal," Dr.

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