from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of zone.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wearing a zone, or girdle.
- adj. Having zones, or concentric bands; striped.
- adj. Zonate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wearing a zone, as a woman.
- Having zones, or bands resembling zones; zonate.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
But in the Zoned Zone, which lies along the coasts, a combination of high population density and land-use restrictions - hence "zoned" - makes it hard to build new houses.
While Levy admires a number of charter schools, he is no less impressed with charismatic principals in zoned schools: We’re not talking about charter versus noncharter; we’re talking about quality of leadership.
This means 88 people per acre. 6000 acres of Tamra's land has been zoned, that is designated for farming or as green land.
But in the Zoned Zone, which lies along the coasts, a combination of high population density and land-use restrictions hence "zoned" makes it hard to build new houses.
There was also some stuff about yard lines, birdies, and triple-axles, but I kind of zoned out at that point.
I kind of zoned out on the methodology section while I was getting my wifi connection up and running, but the slides on the presentation are in the book, which says that they got results on their survey by mass-emailing their 19,000 students, and got a 14% reply rate, or 2700 responses.
I think the 9th means what it says, and should include things like a right to preserve one's health (controversial abortions now and someday therapeutic cloning), a right to eat foie gras in Chicago, and a right to build as much house as you can afford on the land you can afford (even in towns "zoned" for rich people).
Even newspapers, once the medium promoted as offering "something for everyone," have focused increasingly on upscale suburbanites with "zoned" editions edited for specific neighborhoods and a greater emphasis on local news, lifestyle, and personal finance.
I kind of zoned out while A. handled the conversation.
It would not be oceanic zoning, per se, with certain types of ocean rigidly "zoned" for certain uses - the policy "does not ... establish any restrictions on activities, nor does it restrict access," a data sheet accompanying the report said.
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