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border zone

The partially damaged part of an organ that is found between tissue that is severely injured by an infarct and nearby tissue that is still well supplied with blood, oxygen, and nutrients.
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Conducting aggressive and far-reaching border zone searches of Americans while there is a humanitarian crisis at our southern border is the wrong choice.
constitutional commitments to individual rights in the border zone.
Present at the camp was also the UNHCR with a mission to provide humanitarian aid and try to persuade people to leave the border zone and move to some other shelters.
The question of the nationality of the populations living in the border zone has remained a recurring problem since South Sudan's independence in July 2011.
It also called on all member states, particularly the two parties to the Abyei dispute, to ensure free, unhindered and quick movement to and from Abyei and throughout the Safe Demilitarised Border Zone of all UNISFA personnel, equipment and other supplies, including vehicles, aircraft and spare parts, which are for the exclusive use of the peacekeepers.
Witnesses said they heard an explosion at the border zone shortly before the tanks began firing.
Two sections of this ROW were selected tentatively in 2007 that accommodated eight treatment units, with each unit extending from 94-119 m long; the wire zone is about 46 m wide and each border zone is about 11 m wide.
They are taken first to Russia and then to the Baltic border zone. According to Indrek Jogi, those illegal immigrants who have reached Riga can always take a ferry from Riga to Stockholm if they cannot enter Estonia to go to Finland.
The hike is payback for the United States' elimination of a program allowing Mexican trucks to operate beyond the border zone. The issue must now be resolved by Congress or negotiated by the Secretary of Commerce.
Thai and Cambodian troops faced off at a disputed border zone as military officials from both sides headed for urgent peace talk, a day after a deadly gun battle erupted near an 11th century temple.
Karim Abad Hassan al-Qurayshi, the officer in charge of relations and information at the 3rd Border Zone Command, told Aswat al-Iraq a" Voices of Iraq a" (VOI).
In the study, the fMR data showed increased activity in visual processing areas of the brain as patients learned to detect stimuli in their visual border zone. This enhanced activity was identified one month after beginning treatment and suggests that the brain is responding.