zone law

zone law

[′zōn ‚lȯ]
(crystallography)
A law which states that the Miller indices (h, k, l) of any crystal plane lying in a zone with zone indices (u, v, w) satisfy the equation hu + lv + kw = 0.
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Press conference on the government program of action, north economic zone and New Kuwait Vision 2035 KUWAIT, March 17 (KUNA) -- First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah said Sunday the northern economic zone law, which is still under discussion, does not violate Kuwait constitution.
In October 2017, Ontario's bubble zone law was passed overwhelmingly by Liberal, Conservative and NDP legislators.
The IT zone law lets IT companies enter the zones using the zone benefits and creating new jobs.
She filed the safe access bill this year to protect access to reproductive health centers after the Supreme Court invalidated our buffer zone law. She knows that all women deserve health care without harassment or intimidation.
Law firm Norton Rose commented, "Federal Law No.8 of 2004 regarding The Financial Free Zones in the United Arab Emirates (the Financial Free Zone Law), was published in the Official Gazette on 27 March 2004.
The free zone sector is campaigning for Congress to pass a bill reforming the duty free zone law, reports El Caribe (Oct.
Under the state enterprise zone law, companies that reduce their operations and jobs may be required to pay waived taxes.
The decision reverses that of a lower court ruling that prohibited enforcement of the buffer zone law on the grounds that restricted free speech.
They mapped incident locations, schools, and parks in the cities; computed distances from drug dealing incident locations to schools and parks; analyzed time/date and geographic factors influencing case outcomes; and analyzed the geography of drug dealing with reference to the school zone law. Although few drug dealing cases involved sales to minors, most occurred within school zones (due to the density of schools in high poverty/high drug dealing areas).
In an interview Wednesday, she noted that she had been a sponsor of the buffer zone law when it was first enacted in 2000 and then amended in 2007.
BOSTON -- Police would be allowed to disperse groups substantially impeding access to Massachusetts abortion clinics under a bill filed Monday in response to the Supreme Court decision striking down the state's buffer zone law.