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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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So, guys, before you work your way to the number one erogenous zone -- not what you think, by the way, lips were first -- you may want to start with that old nursery rhyme about those porky little friends down under.
I thought he knew my erogenous zone was on my sides.
The Royal Bank of Scotland withdrew credit and debit services from Erogenous Zone in Edinburgh, after finding out that it sold adult videos, magazines, lingerie and sex toys.
But he didn't know he needed a licence to sell sex aids, videos, magazines and lingerie from his new shop, The Erogenous Zone, just yards from Edinburgh's booming financial district.
With women, the brain is the biggest erogenous zone and sex therapists agree it's more important for women to talk about sex than men.
YES, I agree the brain is the strongest erogenous zone we have and the heart comes a close second.
In the bedroom you may want to tease your partner by kissing them on relatively insensitive parts of the skin, like the shoulders, back or legs before moving to explore the more obvious erogenous zones of the stomach, thigh and lips.
The striking lyrics and duelling instruments hit both the funny bone and the erogenous zones.
Moreover, 13 percent of those surveyed said they had been touched by their co-workers on their genital area and erogenous zones.
FARAGE'S current ability to tickle the erogenous zones of large sections of the body politic is undisputed.
On one wall, Caland's lurid biomorph ic abstractions appeared to shove enormous bodies into the shallowest of picture planes, emphasizing sexual organs and erogenous zones, as in two playful self-portraits from 1973--all flattened flesh and posterior curves--or the more compositionally complex Elle et Lui (Her and Him), 1978.
Raw ginger increases sensitivity in the erogenous zones.