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zon·ing

(zōn'ing),
The occurrence of a stronger reaction in a lesser amount of suspected serum, observed sometimes in serologic tests used in the diagnosis of syphilis, and probably the result of high antibody titer.

zon·ing

(zōn'ing)
The occurrence of a stronger reaction in a lesser amount of suspected serum, observed sometimes in serologic tests used in the diagnosis of syphilis, and probably the result of high antibody titer.

zoning

(zōn′ing)
The occurrence of a stronger fixation of complement in a lesser amount of suspected serum; a phenomenon occasionally observed in diagnosing syphilis by the complement-fixation method.
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In fact, form-based codes can best serve the purposes for which Euclidean zoning was originally enacted.
The Euclidean zoning scheme is designed to be progressive.
Planned unit developments, or cluster zoning, introduce flexibility into the rezoning process by replacing the lot-by-lot requirements of Euclidean Zoning with a site plan review process, under which the overall density of the preexisting Euclidean Zoning remains in place, but the placement of individual improvements may be clustered.
7) Unfortunately, the strict zoning under Euclid segregates single-use zones so strictly that "[t]he fundamental problem with Euclidean zoning is that it.