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life zone

n.
A geographic region or area defined by its characteristic life forms.
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The outpatient center also fits well into the overarching Lifezone 360 facility, which offers athletic programs, fitness classes, events, chiropractic services and a sports medicine component, said Tim Scott, West Dundee's community development director.
Through Virgin's LifeZone Web site, employees can choose from one of two health perks--a discounted health club membership or a pedometer.
In any event, this volume of The Encyclopedia of the Biosphere deals with the bioclimatic lifezone of the intertropical rainforests, the jungle, but occasionally extends beyond it so as to take into account the current agricultural or stockraising situation.
Solidarity, in the work of Marx and Engels, is thus founded upon a historical and "conceptual" understanding (theory) of the social totality and not on "experiencing" the locality of the lifezone of the monadic subject.
So an entire lifezone, the coniferous heart of the Sierra Nevada, will vanish before our eyes--unless Congress calls a halt.