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exclusion zone

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexclusion zoneexˈclusion ˌzone noun [countable]  an area that people are not allowed to enter because it is dangerous or because secret things happen there the military exclusion zone
Examples from the Corpus
exclusion zoneWithin two hours officials had set up a five-mile exclusion zone round Burdon Farm.A six-mile exclusion zone was ordered around the ship while a tug towed the casualty further offshore.The Braer was outside a ten mile exclusion zone when its engines failed.In thirty minutes he substantially re-established his parliamentary position and announced a 200-mile naval exclusion zone around the Falklands.Dozens of towns and villages were abandoned as 135,000 people and 35,000 cattle left the exclusion zone.The exclusion zone approved by the Home Secretary bans any procession or convoy of vehicles in the area.
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