uncontrolled area

uncontrolled area

(ŭn″kŏn-trōld′)
For radiation protection purposes, an area occupied by the general public.
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We don't know what exactly happened because it has occurred in an uncontrolled area," said Brig Nanayakkara.
Fortune 1000 companies are renewing their focus on outsourcing and services, and are now recognizing the importance of managing this last and very large uncontrolled area of expenses in the enterprise," said Dennis Stradford, chief executive officer of CascadeWorks.
These software solutions for network administrators address what has been called the last huge uncontrolled area of information technology expense.
In a worst-case scenario, he said, there will be the lack of coal, "We have lost 65% of our mines, moreover, mines that produce coal of A and T marks are in the uncontrolled areas.
Our efforts to encourage the Taliban leaders to revive the dialogue should not be misconstrued as any form of endorsement for their revived violence, following the scuttling of the intra-Afghan talks, she said, noting vast uncontrolled areas in Afghanistan from where such violence emanated against both Afghan targets and against Pakistan'
We are concerned about those uncontrolled areas," said Torunoy-lu.
Facility Segregation Plan of Controlled and Uncontrolled Areas and
And in terms of security, there are still uncontrolled areas, especially along the borders of eastern Myanmar and northern Laos, which may pose problems for navigation in the short and medium terms.
However, in uncontrolled areas in the south or the west, this could present a problem that should be thoroughly investigated prior to installation.