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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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3], MnO, porosity) with the facies and sedimentary cyclicity, (c) to compare the evolution of the process of dolomitization in shallow shelf and transitional zones.
The mean age and mean resected tissue weight, mean prostate volume, and mean transitional zone volume were comparable between the 2 groups.
In the transitional zone and within the Livonian Tongue the uppermost part of the Keila Stage and the Oandu Stage are represented by predominantly siliciclastic rocks (50--90% of the rock is noncarbonate).
A moderate increase in GLUT-1-positive fibers is usually found in the transitional zone, and in occasional cases fibers greater than 50 [micro]m are present.
Seabridge's geologists have noted that this further southern extension appears to represent a transitional zone of increased clastic sedimentation with mixed intervals of eruptive units.
However, the area is also a transitional zone where other birds -- southern and cosmopolitan species -- mix.
5 g/t cutoff) were completed on the upper and lower oxide zones and the transitional zone located between the oxide and primary sulphide mineralization.
The images show the transitional zone between the timbered uplands and the inter-tidal wetlands near the mouth of the Little Susitna River, a major salmon stream in South Central Alaska.
The bead area anchors the tire to the wheel and eliminates the transitional zone between wheel and sidewall.
In general, the Complex dips at a low angle to the east and is comprised of abundant cumulate rocks made up of a basal ultramafic zone, a transitional zone, and a more mafic upper zone.