personal zone

personal zone

an individual protective zone in which the boundaries may contract or expand according to contextual characteristics, usually between 18 inches and 4 feet.
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Even Haftar's personal zone in Benghazi is in a social conflict between neighbours and cousins, over-laid with tribal- and class-based tensions, between eastern tribes and clans from the west, among eastern tribes, and between urban elites and the rural poor.
Other features on the Chrysler Portal concept car are, facail and voice recognition, V2X communicatoin that enables the car to "talk" to other cars and infrastructure, personal zone audio and community sharing dispaly for passengers.
Whatever mood you create, your bedroom will be your personal zone where you spend third of your day.
Your mat is a personal zone of meditation enabling creativity - your experience is unique, don't let it be the same as all the others in the studio.
The way it works is a customer designs a personal zone of risk and reward, and then uses it to evaluate how the annuity might perform over time using hypothetical investment returns and market scenarios, according to CUNA Mutual.
A gentle expedition, the collection provides a personal zone in which each listener can fully immerse into the moment.
When it comes to battling poor air quality, Humanscale's Personal Zone air purifier is the heavy artillery your lungs crave.
So she took on this project, at least in part, to force herself out of that comfortable artistic and personal zone.
These shows tend to become dangerous by getting into personal zone," he admits.
A safe personal zone as suggested by Councilman Dennis Zine is certainly a step in the right direction.
The upper right includes the Mazda6, Nissan Altima, and, making a swing from the closest to the Ornamented in the Family zone to the closest to the Sophisticated in the Personal zone, the Sonata.
Z is for zone: don't let parents into personal zone.

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