contact zone


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contact zone

[′kän‚takt ‚zōn]
(geology)
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The diagnostic system signals correlating with tribological properties of contact zone are:
Highlights from the Contact Zone & New Hanging Wall Zone which both remain open for expansion:
Indeed, "Indian and reserve rodeos did not represent a complete retreat from the contact zone.
Contact Zone is supported by Newcastle University, North Tyneside Council, Northumbrian Water, ICOS and Bridge + Tunnel Productions.
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 third and final section, Bodies in Everyday Space: Colonized and Colonizing Women in the Canadian Contact Zones, concentrates on the creation of civic and national Canadian identity based on the actions, roles, and mystification of womanhood in the Canadian colonial era.
The relatively near-surface Follansbee South Contact Zone mineralisation is similar to other mineralisation in the Red Lake Gold Camp, which is world renowned for the occurrence of steeply plunging, structurally controlled, very high grade gold mineralisation that may extend to great depth.
It was found that emerald and other green beryls occur within the contact zone between phlogopite schist and intrusive quartz and pegmatite veins.
But is there anything to be gained in the contact zone between languages?
At postoperative year 4, the density of the bone-flap contact zone increased from 65 to 210 Haunsfield units.