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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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In our in vivo study, a transition zone was seen adjacent to the coagulation zone at 2 hours, and it turned into a negative-stained zone at 2 days.
According to Buckley-Leverett theory, in oil-water transition zone, there exists saturation front, and the reservoir can be divided into three regions (Figure 6).
In the present study, there was a significant mean reduction of 28.1 mL (31.4%) in total prostatic volume and 17.8 mL (29.9%) in transition zone prostatic volume after PAE.
Caption: Figure 4: Bar graph plot of density of NE cells for intra-adenoma and extra-adenoma in prostatic transition zone. Horizontal lines within boxes, boxes, and bars represent the median, interquartile range, and range, respectively.
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.
On the other hand, heterogenous appearance makes an assessment for cancer more difficult in the transition zone.
Along with 374 100-W, 250-W and 400-W ceiling-mounted high-pressure sodium fixtures installed to supplement the Threshold/ Transition Zones, there are also 1,037 75-W linear fluorescent Interior Zone and passageway lights along the upper sidewalls of the tunnel, most of which remain on during daytime hours.
If water bound in ringwoodite can't travel to the lower mantle, then there should be evidence of this melting in areas of the transition zone where the mantle is flowing downward.
Ringwoodite is a form of the mineral peridot, believed to exist in large quantities under high pressures in the transition zone.
Pakistan is located in the transition zone between many of World's zoogeographical regions and therefore has specific affinities of our wildlife species with all these regions, he said, adding, the country possesses every possible habitat from sea to highest peaks culminating at K2, the second highest peak in the world.
A thick mantle section, comprising foliated peridotite, grades into transition zone dunite.
If the heat is large enough to increase the temperature in the transition zone to the maximum value such that the elastic modulus of this zone decreases significantly and the stress is reduced.

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