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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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This legislation would reduce the border zone from 100 miles to 25 miles in which DHS may make vehicle stops and searches, and from 25 miles to 10 miles for DHS access to private property.
Peter Vedal Utnes explores the problem of scientific knowledge development, addressing the Post-Positivist Concept of Thomas Kuhn, Andreas Lodemel analyses the creativity of Knut Hamsun in the context of the outstanding Norwegian writer's understanding the border between the culture and nature and the role of the Sami people image in the interpretation of this border, the pedagogical and educational aspect of the border is analyzed in the texts of Inna Ryzhkova on internationalization of higher education and Jan Selmer Methi on the border zone as an arena of exceeding oneself, and the final chapter of the monograph is Viggo Rossvaer's meditations on Kant.
undocumented women in the border zone and may terminate, and because the
Meanwhile in Horgos, minimal order at the border zone was kept thanks to the joint efforts by Serbian policemen and doctors, as well as numerous humanitarian organizations which distributed food, water and other necessities.
She also calls for the two sides to "take immediate action to prevent any support to armed rebel movements in the other country" and to guarantee, in accordance with the commitments they have already given, the full demilitarisation of the border zone between Sudan and South Sudan.
10 -- (BNA) At least three people were killed and four others injured in a US drone attack today (Thursday 10th January 2013) in Waziristan in the tribal belt of Pakistan parallel to the Pakistan-Afghanistan border zone.
Summary: South Sudan says it will quit the border zone in a bid to end violence.
Summary: Thanks to hundreds of tunnels in the sandy soil of the border zone, a construction boom has buoyed Gaza's otherwise crippled economy, according to a United Nations report.
The 15-member Council urged the two governments to make use of the Joint Political and Security Mechanism to resolve outstanding issues related to finalisation of the Safe Demilitarised Border Zone, the resolution of disputed border areas, border demarcation, and the mapping of the border zone.
Each of the above concepts fits one of these dimensions, as Nitsiakos focuses especially on the concept and image of the border zone. The region is further framed in the larger historical and geographical context and towards the end of the analysis; Nitsiakos brings into discussion even the impact that globalization as a process has on the migration phenomenon.
interior, beyond the 25-mile border zone to which they currently are confined.
This laudable humanitarian royal initiative is part, on the one hand, of the steadfast solidarity-based vision of HM the King, and on the other hand, of the concern of the Souvereign to assist brotherly peoples in Tunisia and alleviate the Tunisian authorities' burden to face the worrying consequences of the growing flow of refugees from the Libyan territory to this border zone, it added.