contact zone


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contact zone

[′kän‚takt ‚zōn]
(geology)
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Elastic deformation (compression) of trapezoidal wave corrugated form does not changing the width of the contact zone, as connected only with the phenomenon of its side faces loss stability.
5km segment of the north-trending Opinaca-La Grande contact zone.
The contact zone of Williams's poem "The Singing" (The Singing, 2003) speaks to this:
The preface to Migrant Women of Johannesburg takes us into this contact zone by reflecting on a question that was asked of her by a fellow Kenyan who was sheltering from xenophobic attacks in Johannesburg in May 2008.
And like the game of rock-paper-scissors, in the contact zone of this gated, suburban community sidewalk, gun beats fist every time.
Contact Zone is supported by Newcastle University, North Tyneside Council, Northumbrian Water, ICOS and Bridge + Tunnel Productions.
According to the company, Contact Zone incorporates a streamlined graphical user interface which enables data transformations mapped from any type of source database to any type of data warehouse.
The diamond drilling is expected to commence in 2011 to determine the potential of the contact zone.
For this reason, sleeve pipes were used to perform up to seven grouting passes of the contact zone with a non-evolutive, low-viscosity solution grout with adjustable set times to permeate and hydrofracture the various soil strata encountered.
They are individuals whom Bhabha calls hybrids, those who are products of, and who continue to straddle, two cultures; they live in the contact zone "in-between" academia and the working world.
The fastening elements each carry securing means coacting with a contact zone of the hygiene article.
Chaarat Gold Holdings (AIM:CGH), a company based in British Virgin Islands that explores gold resources in Kyrgyz Republic, has announced positive drilling results from the Contact Zone of the C5300 Project Area in western Kyrgyzstan.