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EZEasy
EZCzech Republic
EZEnterprise Zone
EZMinisterie van Economische Zaken
EZEmpowerment Zone
EZEzekiel
EZEasy Listening
EZEntwicklungszusammenarbeit (German: Development Cooperation)
EZEmpire Zone (New York State)
EZEuro Zone (Forex Foreign Exchange and finance)
EZEconomic Zone
EZExclusion Zone
EZEmployment Zone
EZEvangelische Zeitung (German)
EZEuropska Zajednica (Croatian: European Union)
EZExtraction Zone
EZEngagement Zone
EZElite Zone (online gaming group)
EZExcessive Zeros (Hekimian; also seen as EXZ)
EZEZ Company 101st Airborne (gaming)
EZEllington-Zwisler Rocket Mail Catalog (philatelic catalog)
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"We have asked our contractor to issue a statement confirming the practical details of this exclusion zone."
GHOST TOWN: An abandoned amusement park in April of this year in the centre of Prypiat which is within the Chernobyl exclusion zone
Welcoming the scheme, Oleg Nasvit of the State Agency of Ukraine for Exclusion Zone Management said: "I'd call this a highquality moonshine.
Members of the public will not be allowed within the exclusion zone and there will be no road closures as part of the demolition activity.
Clutching a monitor to test the amount of radiation he was being exposed to, he was taken inside an eerie abandoned kindergarten within the exclusion zone.
"I think it (the exclusion zone) is a neat solution.
The trio, along with 'persons unknown', are barred from gathering inside an exclusion zone around the school.
As part of this project, motion detection cameras were installed for several years in different areas of the exclusion zone. The photos recorded by these cameras reveal the presence of abundant fauna at all levels of radiation.
The findings run paradoxical to the official statistics on the Exclusion Zone, where multiple biological species suffered a detrimental radioactive impact around the time of the accident, which further led to anomalies often incompatible with life, Sputnik reported.
Location monitoring can be used to enforce an exclusion zone, which an offender or individual on bail is barred from entering, and maintain a given distance from a specified address, such as a victim's home.
"We will, therefore, introduce additional 5km long by 1km width exclusion zones from runway ends, alongside an increase to the airport restriction out to the current Aerodrome Traffic Zone around airports (approximately a 5km radius circle).
Signs telling visitors about the exclusion zones have been up for years, but this summer was the first Redcar and Cleveland Council was able to issue instant fines following a change in the law.