DMZ


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AcronymDefinition
DMZDemilitarized Zone
DMZDemilitarized Zone (PCs directly connected online)
DMZDigital Media Zone
DMZDimetridazole
DMZDeer Management Zone (Massachusetts)
DMZData Management Zone
DMZDance Music Zone
DMZDuncan-Mortensen-Zakai Equation
DMZDetection of Motion Zone (CCTV)
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Asiatic black bears, long hunted throughout the continent from Pakistan to Eastern Russia, now subjected to inhumane exploitation for their bile -- used in traditional medicines -- can also be found within the DMZ.
4 million people and 700,000 vehicles have crossed the DMZ en route to the Kaesong complex.
The first thing to understand about the Korean DMZ is that it is not simply a chain link fence with a South Korean soldier staring down a North Korean soldier on the other side.
Apart from species protection, the DMZ and its adjacent CCZ offer startling beauty.
demanded that North Korea eliminate security concerns over the country's suspected development of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles as well as withdrawal of forces near the DMZ.
The ride from Munsan to the newly built Dorasan station, the last train stop outside the DMZ, marks the first time since the 1950-1953 Korean War for a South Korean passenger train to cross the ''Bridge of Freedom'' over the Imjin River.
After the armistice was signed in 1953 and all other villages within the DMZ were removed or destroyed, each side was able to maintain one village.
OTCQX: BNKL ), a pioneering medical device and robotics company with a focus in developing technologies and solutions for individuals with neurological disorders ("Bionik" or the "Company"), today announced the Company met with His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex during his visit to the DMZ at Ryerson University on Tuesday, October 27, 2015.
As the DMZ is the most highly militarized border in the world, women peacemakers believe it is only right that they should walk there in solidarity with their Korean sisters, who want to see an end to the 70-year-old conflict and reunite millions of Korean families.
The DMZ is helping strengthen that future by fuelling the success of emerging entrepreneurial leaders from across the globe.
In response to a rising number of cyber-attacks, many organizations have added a DMZ to prevent outside users from gaining direct access to company confidential data.
Park earlier proposed building the peace park inside the DMZ, a no-man's land formed as a military buffer along the inter-Korean border.