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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The IT zone law lets IT companies enter the zones using the zone benefits and creating new jobs.
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.
The Financial Free Zone Law allows a Financial Free Zone to be established in any Emirate of the UAE, by Federal Decree.
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.
Murphy learned that the Supreme Court had struck down the state's abortion clinic buffer zone law, he was pleased -- but not surprised.
Anti-abortion protesters filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the 35-foot buffer zone law that took effect in November.
Recent news describing informal and legal challenges to the new abortion clinic buffer zone law deserves a comment about the law's purpose and effect.
But then why is the so-called civil rights community not raising hell about Massachusetts' months-old, 35-foot abortion buffer zone law, passed by the liberal Legislature and signed by the liberal governor?