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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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Asked about obstacles raised in the demining process, Siddique said "as the majority of minefields are located outside the buffer zone, their clearance is contingent upon the specific considerations and sensitivities of the sides.
Under the city's zoning ordinance, the buffer zone should be converted into open spaces to avert disaster should a 7.
The source added that Baghdad is vigilantly monitoring the developments in Eastern Syria and has informed the international sides that Iraq will never turn into a platform to create a buffer zone in Syria.
1: Buffer zone lies outside the fumigated block so the size of the treatment application block is not affected.
The outcome of a challenge to a given buffer-zone turns on the particular circumstances surrounding the buffer zone.
Construction of the buffer zone comes in the wake of an October 24 bombing that killed 30 Egyptian soldiers and wounded scores more.
The Ekati Diamond Mine reportedly consists of the Core Zone, which includes the current operating mine and other permitted kimberlite pipes, as well as the Buffer Zone, an adjacent area hosting kimberlite pipes having both development and exploration potential, including the Jay and Lynx pipes.
White House and Pentagon officials maintained the US approach on a buffer zone in remarks on Wednesday saying that the US is not considering the creation of a buffer zone inside Syria.
In an ideal situation, the idea of establishing a buffer zone is good but in the current scenario when every nation has different interests, it looks far-fetched.
The buffer zone is a plot area of not less than 75% of the total area of the reserve in line with the recommendations of the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
The report does not specify the size of the buffer zones, except to say that the southern buffer zone would be smaller than Lebanon's full maritime claim, and also that the northern buffer zone would be "significantly smaller" than the southern buffer zone.
The ruling also left intact a high court decision from 2000 that upheld a floating buffer zone in Colorado.