geographic exclusion

geographic exclusion

Transfusion medicine A ban on collecting or using blood donated by persons from certain countries–eg, Africa except for Arab nations, which have a low incidence of AIDS
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Now, with most of Brooklyn's western coastline and northern border included in the 421-a program's geographic exclusion area, the prospect of making money on multifamily rentals have dwindled, especially as costs of land and construction continue to rise.
Continued attention will be given to gender, social, economic and geographic exclusion and due consideration to migration: the current massive youth outmigration has multiple and complex links with agricultural development.
As conditions of probation, he was ordered to have no direct or indirect contact with the victim or the victim's family, to register as a sex offender, to submit to GPS monitoring, and to abide by geographic exclusion zones established by the Commissioner of Probation and pay required fees unless waived by the court and GPS program and to pay $90 victim witness fee.
Geographic exclusion: Spatial analysis for evaluating the implications of Megan's Law.
The one catch to the "golden certificates," however, is that they cannot be applied to developments outside the new 421-a Geographic Exclusion Area.
A "politics of social and geographic exclusion" is also well-mapped in this book, as alongside environmental sacrifice zones we see the concurrent development of the "garden suburb".
Phylogenetic trees were used to describe the evolution of encephalitic flaviviruses, geographic exclusion, virus persistence, and flaviviral recombination as a mechanism of flaviviral evolution.
enforces geographic exclusion among sibling species (Jordan 1905) in the absence of other premating isolating mechanisms.
The property has a considerable number of air rights and is located outside the Geographic Exclusion area, which means it is eligible for the 421-a tax exemption.
Through the 421A Affordable Housing Program, the city creates private subsidies for the development of affordable housing by generating tax benefits that are sold to developers of market-rate housing in the Geographic Exclusion Area.
The erroneous belief is that "shovels must have been in the ground" in a qualified, market-rate project within the newly expanded "geographic exclusion area" before July 1 before a developer could have tapped 421-a negotiable certificates, unless so-called "2006" certificates are purchased.
The "geographic exclusion zone," the area where developers would be required to provide the 20% affordable housing to receive benefits, was expanded.
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