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restricted area

Occupational safety An area, the access to which is strictly limited to essential personnel with the purpose of protecting individuals against undue risk from exposure to various materials–eg, ionizing radiation, high-level pathogens, toxic chemicals and others
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The situation reportedly worsened as more militants appeared in the restricted area and some of them -- numbering about 30 at that stage -- had their weapons allegedly aimed at the peacekeepers.
A car deliberately drove at a police van and stopped in front of it in a restricted area on Constitution Hill near Buckingham Palace.
Newcastle Magistrates' Court heard police received reports of three males being in a restricted area on April 20.
Photographing or filming restricted areas can be punishable by fines and jail time under Emirati law.
As the wind moves from right to left, a restricted area is encountered, and the wind velocity increases (Venturi effect).
Ms Al Khawaja was convicted of taking part in an illegal gathering in Manama and entering the restricted area at the site, which was a focal point for opposition protests last year.
The approval could mean the other three Birmingham policing areas could eventually follow suit, covering the entire city in a blanket alcohol restricted area.
Two Greek Cypriots, Loizos Afksentiu and Yannakis Matsis, were detained together with Polish parliamentarians Jaroslaw Leszek Walesa, son of former Polish President Lech Walesa, and Artur Zasada for trespassing on a restricted area in TRNC on Saturday.
A RIGGER who fell 46ft to his death at a power station was unaware he was in a restricted area, an inquest jury said yesterday.
Witnesses said he climbed into a restricted area to retrieve the hat he lost while on the Batman ride.
Permits issued by designated institutions are also required for working in a restricted area.
With this double check in place, Enrique De la Mora, Manager of Airport Identification at Mexico City, claims: "It is nearly impossible for a person to enter a restricted area by using someone else's card.

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