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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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Texas law also requires that Young be tried separately for each charge, once for possession of cocaine and additionally for sales of cocaine within a drug free school zone.
Port level Zoning does not require software changes or middleware to be run on the end nodes because the switch itself is managing zone definitions.
While it may be years before a judgment can be made, there are some skeptics who are concerned that this empowerment zone may benefit corporate CEOs looking for a fresh marketplace--more than inner-city residents.
The zone's crime rate dictates the number of officers assigned to each zone.
The single-use wipes complement the existing Comfort Zone product line, which consists of room diffusers for continuous home application and sprays for spot applications.
But state officials said Friday that the enterprise zone -- the only one in the Valley -- still failed to meet standards.
By qualifying for the zone benefits, companies have the opportunity to receive sales tax exemptions, real property tax credits, tax reduction credits, wage tax credits and utility savings, among other benefits.
We have tweaked this as well and now all we run is outside zone (Stretch) with two reads and inside zone with three reads.
85% or more of its use is in an empowerment zone (delivery equipment usually does not qualify).
In general, empowerment zones are areas designated by either the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (urban areas) or the Secretary of Agriculture (rural areas), that will retain designated status for 10 years.
According to HUD's 1991 State Enterprise Zone Update, the estimated 2,260 zones have created 258,395 jobs and spurred $28 billion in capital investment since they came into existence.
Because of the short distance between the ridge and the subduction zone, the rock situated on the leading edge of the Juan de Fuca plate is only 10 million years old when it plunges back into the earth's mantle.