Thesaurus / zone


Across global fire zones, “One common thread is that Indigenous stewardship is something that we can learn from,” said Greenpeace’s Brindis.
In other words, larger dead zones would have made for smaller life zones.
She found some zones of closely spaced wide dark bands in the tusks that might indicate stress and seasons of torpor.
I sat down as you do when you go to a war zone, and I had to write a letter to … it literally says “Just in case.”
As embryos, they still had four zones of germline gene expression, but the subsets of genes expressed in each zone had changed.
No matter how the player stands, his strike zone will not vary.
Beneath the ice, we’ve found lake ecosystems that live in the twilight zone.
A wide no-fly zone and road closures go into effect on launch days.
Some states observed it for four, five or six months out of the year and some cities and towns within these states also varied, causing confusion and dozens of different time zones.
More training, more arms, a no-bombing zone, and limited military strikes perhaps to help turn the tide toward regime change.


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