A zone is generally used to describe the division of an area. In FX trading,...
An area or part of a region characterized by uniform or similar animal and plant life; a life zone; as, Littoral zone, Austral zone, etc.
The aggregate of stations, in whatsoever direction or on whatsoever line of railroad, situated between certain maximum and minimum limits from a point at which a shipment of traffic originates.
Any circular or ring-shaped area within which the street-car companies make no differences of fare.
any area to or within which a shipment or transportation cost is constant;
(1) (Ecology) An area characterized by similar flora or fauna; a belt or area to which certain species are limited. (2) (Engineering) In earth dams, a segment of the earthfill containing similar materials; earth structures may be divided into two or more segments or zones to make the best use of available materials.
An area of a municipality to which certain rules, regulations, bylaws or ordinances apply.
An area within the interior space of a building, such as an individual room(s), to be cooled, heated, or ventilated. A zone has its own thermostat to control the flow of conditioned air into the space.
in heating, an area that is controlled independently from another.
To divide into areas. See Also commercial property, enterprise zone
an area set off by local ordinance for specific use, subject to certain restrictions or conditions.
Basic decimal element of the Numogram, defined by numeral (0 - 9).
Any geographic area described in detail or by formula.
a particular, defined area usually referred to as one's zone of responsibility.
Area, belt or district extending about a certain point defined for transport and/or charge purpose.
a circumscribed geographical region characterized by some distinctive features
an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic
regulate housing in; of certain areas of towns
a bounded geographic space
a geographic area that has similar transit service, parking availability, parking charges, access to High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes and other factors that affect the level of drive-alone commuting
a group of cells that have been defined as an active area
a group of Lions Clubs within a local geographical area
a group of zip codes that are in close geographical proximity to each other
an area in your home that is designated to be the "protected area
an area of a customer network related to one Local Controller
an area of land, without any particular qualifying attributes
an area of the aircraft in which work can be done
an area of the page that needs to have dynamic behaviour
an area that can have items to resolve attached, e
an area that includes a range of average annual minimum temperatures
an area where essentially the same weather is expected, so that a single forecast can serve as the local forecast for all communities within the area
an area where there are no established campsites
an individual area such as meeting room, bedroom, office or similar identifiable area
a particular area in a game domain on a game server
a physical area where play takes place
a region of areas, for which the same rates apply
a single tract of land without any particular qualifying attributes while regions and sub-regions require minimum area, production and vineyard numbers and defined grape growing attributes
a user-definable area on the page
All of the workspaces available to your organization and all of the registered users who can access one or more of those workspaces.
The area set off by the proper authorities for specific use; an area subject to certain restrictions or restraints.
An area defined by its range of temperatures and used to describe the hardiness of plants.
An area designated by the authorities for specific use, subject to certain restrictions.
All workspaces available to your organization, and all of the registered users who can access one or more of those work areas. In other words, everything and everybody.
a type of defense that assigns each defender to a particular area in front of or around their team's goal in which they are responsible for marking any attacker that enters; often used in youth league games but rarely in professional competition. See also Zonal Defense and Zone Marking.
A way a pipeline differentiates between different areas on their pipeline systems. Each pipeline system has a field zone and a market zone. Gas may be delivered into the pipeline's field zone and taken out of the system in market zones.
A defined area of land or part of a building which is allocated for a particular purpose, eg. development plans may allocate areas of land for different uses or values of property may distinguish between areas of floorspace of a building and ascribe different values to them.
A rectangular area on a displayed image to be recognized, captured, or highlighted in some way. See banding.
A geographic area reserved and defined by local ordinance for specific limited use. Zones are almost always subject to certain restrictions or conditions.
A service area on which shipping rates are based.
Area in a community designated for specified use and purpose.
An area of a county or city in which the use of the land is restricted by law (zoning ordinance).
An area, or areas, of the community or county in which certain land uses are permitted and other uses are prohibited by the zoning ordinance. Common zones are residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural.
1. In space heating or air conditioning, a specific area in a building that is kept at the same temperature. 2. A defined area of land that is limited in use to some particular purpose, such as residential, commercial, or industrial; see Zoning, 2.
An area, delineated by a government authority, which is authorized for and limited to specific uses.
In MIDI a zone is a defined area of a keyboard, or a range or layer of MIDI notes. Zones are the common method of splitting a keyboard, controller, or sound module into ranges that can each play different sounds. - Category: other
The area set off by the proper authorities for specific use; subject to certain restrictions or restraints. © 2005 Title America All Rights Reserved
Geographic location with designated boundaries such as a district.
A zone is an area of a building defined within the control panel, which can be activated and deactivated separately from all areas of the building. This allows people to walk around in one area without activating the alarm whilst the rest of the building is protected by the system. Different panels allow a different number of zones to be programmed into them. In general the bigger the building, the greater the number of zones that would need to be programmed into the panel.
An area under a particular administrative or other control, for example a domain name is a zone in the name server configuration. Generally a zone can be further divided into sub-zones with authority delegated to their own administrators and servers.
a designated area of which the boundaries are chosen for a given reason
A specific area where an investigation is taking place regarding seismic or geologic considerations.