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white zone

horn of the hoof separating the wall horn from the sole horn; more common name is white line.
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Ninety percent of tears occur in the white zone of meniscus, a rubbery, C-shaped disc that cushions the knee.
The central vertical portion of the painting is occupied by a sort of cut-up remake of the same image, interrupted by a blank white zone that could well be an upside-down negative of the skirt of the same dress--and there's part of that yellow appendage again-- while the left shows the same black-clad figure, but upside down (as in a playing card) and a bit smaller in scale, so that there's some blank space at the top (bottom) where the feet ought to be but aren't.
There was a bit of frustration with the last ten minutes of the first half where we had about five or six penalties in that white zone.
Thus compared to the unaffected part of the PVDF layer, the white zone is characterized by both an orientation of the crystalline domains and the presence of an equatorial streak.
Stein surveys the ways in which gender and sex are implicated in the rise of the concept of race and focuses on key moments from the nineteenth century--the heyday of biological determinism--that illustrate the complex intersections of race, gender, and sexuality in medical-scientific thought, the significance of the human body, and the ways in which scientists sought to establish and defend their authority in America at a time when the body was the primary site on which scientists examined the moral character and intellectual capacity of Americans who were outside of the white zone.
Tier-one games are about dominating the white zone, and it is probably the case that with Leigh and his kicking prowess we haven't gone into those zones too often because we've been going for goal and building a lead from 50-55 metres, as you do in the international game.
22) Tear location speaks to vascular supply previously discussed with tears in the red zone likely to respond to surgical repair compared to those in the white zone.
George's, wrote as long ago as 1849: 'When the hair becomes grey and scanty, when specks of earthy matter begin to be deposited in the tunics of the arteries and when a white zone is found in the margin of the cornea, at the same time the prostate becomes increased in size'.
Haroon demanded the government to cancel the license granted to White Zone Marble Factory.
Haroon demanded of the government to cancel the licence granted to White Zone Marble Factory.
The additional "grey" zone joins the white zone (no volcanic ash, normal flight operations), the red zone (Enhanced Procedures Zone in which some ash may be encountered but in which EASA considers flights can take place) and the black or no-fly zone.
The sky has now been split into four zones according to the level of volcanic ash contamination: a white zone, where operations may continue as usual, a black zone, where flights are banned, a red zone (presence of ash but flights permitted) and a grey zone (flights permitted under certain conditions).