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Freebase

  1. Zones

    Zones is an album by Hawkwind released in 1983 consisting of studio demos from 1981 and live performances between 1980 and 1982. The tracks on side 1 have been included on the 2009 3CD re-issue of Levitation in expanded form.

The Nuttall Encyclopedia

  1. Zones

    the name given to belts of climate on the surface of the earth marked off by the tropical and polar circles, of which the former are 23½° from the equator and the latter 23½° from the poles, the zone between the tropical circles, subject to extremes of heat, being called the Torrid Zone, the zones between the polar circles and the poles, subject to extremes of cold, being called respectively the North Frigid Zone and the South Frigid Zone, and the zones north and south of the Torrid, subject to moderate temperature, being called respectively the North Temperate, and the South Temperate Zone.

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. zones

    In geography, are longitudinal belts into which the surface of the earth is divided, according to their various relation to the sun's apparent motion. They are--the torrid or equatorial zone, bounded by the two tropics (which see), to every part of which, at some time or other, the sun is vertical; the frigid zones, from the poles to the polar circles, to every part of which in succession, periodically, the sun is at mid-day below the horizon; and the temperate zones, intermediate between the two former, to all of which the sun rises every day in the year.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of zones in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of zones in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Prime Minister Manuel Valls:

    Almost 800 would today like to go to these wars zones, according to intelligence services.

  2. Mark Levin:

    Ill give you a perfect example.We have food, we have heat, wehave clean water.Who you think is giving that tous?Other citizens.Electricity, gasoline for ourcars.Truckers, we have a mailservice, UPS, FedEx, grocerystores, fast-fooddrive-throughs, all open, allfunctioning.We get soap and diapers andtoilet paper, prescriptiondrugs,7-Elevens are open.Doctors, nurses, cops, firefighters, more, going intothese hot zones despite the factthat they are exposed, im not saying drop all theconditions.Im saying lets get a littlesmarter about this.We dont ask these businessesCan you adjust to the virus ? [ Are there ] things you can do ?

  3. Jerry Falwell:

    Because of a lot of requests I've received from you, from students, about it not being a good idea to have gun-free zones in the residence halls ... we're making that change at your request, if some of those 14 who were killed ... if just one or two or three or four of those victims had carry permits and guns, maybe there would have only been three or four deaths.

  4. Takeshi Tsuji:

    Zones like the one we investigated are not uncommon along rifts, so I expect that similar reservoirs may exist elsewhere in the Okinawa Trough as well as other sediment-covered continental back-arc basins around the world.

  5. Brad Smith:

    I've been working fire for 40 years now, homes aren't saved on the day of the fire, they're saved days, weeks, years ahead of time. Buying homes, you want to be aware -- just like a flood zone -- that there are fire zones, too, where homes are more at risk.

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    large recently extinct long-horned European wild ox; considered one of the ancestors of domestic cattle
    • A. arbalist
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