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buffer zone

[′bəf·ər ‚zōn]
(computer science)
An area of main memory set aside for temporary storage.
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Chandler, D-Worcester, is an attempt to fix what she called an unenforceable and arbitrary floating buffer zone, adopted seven years ago, that allows demonstrators within 18 feet of the entrance and within 6 feet of staff and patients as they enter the clinics.
The report claimed that the buffer zones were created following the second intifada [uprising], between 2002 and 2004, when 31 Israeli settlers were killed in attacks in which the suspects gained access to the settlements.
The second option is largely the same as the first option, except that it allows for exploration within the buffer zones to the extent necessary to establish the existence of specific reserves that crossed the MSL.
And the Madison, Wisconsin City Attorney, Matthew May, in suspending Madison's buffer zones, said the following: "In light of the Supreme Court decision, we suspended enforcement to figure out what, if anything, is left of the ordinance,'' May said.
The buffer zones constitute the fringe areas of tiger reserves up to a distance of 10 kilometres.
The shape of the buffer zone is another very hot issue.
This grant is really timely as we have seen an alarming rise in greys spotted just outside the buffer zone and 56 have been culled in the last three months in a 20-acre area of woodland close to Brinkburn.
A provision in that act - passed with the help of Oregonians for Food and Shelter, an industry group whose members include pesticide giant Monsanto and timber titan Weyerhaeuser - made it illegal for any county in Oregon to pass a pesticide spray buffer zone.
Only 18 states have so far set up committees for demarcating the buffer zones.
We are writing to ask for villagers support and opinions on installing a 40mph buffer zone prior to the 30mph terminal speed limit signs on the A539 Wrexham via Overton Whitchurch Road.
In addition to on-site regulation, the city plans to regulate where the dispensaries can operate by establishing buffer zones.
Russian troops have completed a pullout from buffer zones next to breakaway Georgian regions that it had established during a war between the two countries in August.