One of the grand districts or quarters into which any space or surface, as of the earth or the heavens, is conceived of as divided; hence, in general, a portion of space or territory of indefinite extent; country; province; district; tract.
The geographic region of the country as divided up by US Soccer for the purpose of organizing tournaments and other activities. There are four regions in the country, Massachusetts and most other northeast states are part of Region 1. Visit the Region 1 web site.
Four groupings of states (Northeast, South, Midwest, and West) established by the Census Bureau in 1942 for the presentation of census data. Northeast Region: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania South Region: Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas Midwest Region: North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio West Region: Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii Puerto Rico and the Island areas are not part of any region. Related term: Division
A region is a district of the Archdiocese, in which pastoral activity is supervised by an Episcopal Vicar. The Archdiocese of Dubuque is divided into three regions: Cedar Rapids Region, Dubuque Region, and Waterloo Region.
Area where the customer resides which may affect price with some manufacturers. The region can cause changes in the type of emission required, the marketing price adjustment, or the destination charge.
An object which identifies one or more areas of an area. Each component of a region can be of any shape, including (but not limited to) ellipses, rectangles, and other polygons. Regions can be combined in a variety of ways to create more complicated regions. Back
A clearly described area within the computer's storage that is logically and/or physically distinct from other regions. Regions are used to separate testing from production [normal use]. Syn: partition.
The physical area where a charity primarily renders and practices its services. We classify a charity as regional, national, or international in scope. It may function locally within a particular state or region of the country, operate on a national level or to influence national policies, or serve countries and people internationally.
An area having some characteristic or characteristics that distinguish it from other areas. A territory of interest to people and for which one or more distinctive traits are used as the basis for its identity.
a rectangle, polygon, or ellipse (or a combination ' of two or more of these shapes) that can be filled, painted, ' inverted, framed, and used to perform hit testing (testing ' for the cursor location)
Geographic area of New York State where the Remediation Site is located. Nine Regions have been established by the NYSDEC. (The reader is directed to the NYSDEC Regional Office Map and Directory that shows the location of each Regional Office, illustrates the area of the State served by each Regional Office, and provides an appropriate telephone number and address for each Regional Office.)
the name of the region as stated on the policy schedule determines the area of cover. Global Health Insurance can provide cover for many regions. Follow the link for a complete list of countries where we can obtain insurance for you.
Geographical regions of New Zealand. Four are used in this report - Northern, Midland, Central and Southern - equivalent to the 2001 administrative boundaries used by the Ministry of Health and ACC. The Northern region includes Northland and Auckland; the Midland region includes Waikato, Rotorua, Taupo, Bay of Plenty and Taranaki; the Central region includes Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, Wairarapa, Wanganui, Manawatu and Wellington; and the Southern region covers all of the South Island.
The geographic area defined by the Northwest Power Act. It includes the states of Idaho, Oregon and Washington; Montana west of the Continental Divide; portions of Nevada, Utah and Wyoming that lie within the Columbia drainage basin; and any rural electric cooperative customer not in the geographic area described above, but served by BPA on the effective date of the Northwest Power Act.
For this report, States are included in the four U.S. Census regions as follows: Northeast - Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont. Midwest - Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin. West - Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming. South - Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia.
A geographic area that makes up some of the territory of an association. Each region typically has its own regional director, awards its own year-end regional awards, and may operate under slightly different rules. For example, CFA has nine regions: seven in the US, one in Japan, and one in Europe.
One of several geographic groupings of states. At the biennial AAUW convention (odd years), there are regional caucuses and regional directors are elected. In even years, the regions host their own conferences. The regions are: New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT) Middle Atlantic (DC, DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA) South Atlantic (FL, GA, NC, PR, SC, VA, WV) Great Lakes (IL, IN, MI, OH, WI) Southeast Central (AL, KY, LA, MS, TN) Upper Midwest (IA, MN, NE, ND, SD) Southwest Central (AR, KS, MO, OK, TX) Rocky Mountain (AZ, CO, NM, NV, UT, WY) Mountain Pacific (AK, HI/Pacific, ID, MT, OR, WA) California (CA)
a geographic area made up of smaller entities, such as communities tied together by a transportation network; a defined area having the the kind of activity or potential for activity that serves an economy and its development ( area development) see Economic Development.net/Area Development and the explanation of regions as locations in Site Location Assistance.com. A region may have a name that comes from a landmark, such as a river, or its history. In location work a region is often referred to by the name of the city that drives its economy see city-region. definition of region defined definition of city region defined definition of city-region defined definition of location region defined
a territorial division of the Institute* made up of several districts. There are seven districts in the United States/Toronto Region: Baltimore, Long Island - New England, Midwest, New York, San Francisco, Santa Fe - New Orleans, and Toronto.
An area inclusive of and determined by participating national system sites and systems that is based on common management interests, similar or linked ecological characteristics, and/or other factors that provide a foundation for meaningful coordination.
Regions are how DVDs are separated based on geographic distribution. For instance, North America is Region 1 which means that if you took a Region 1 DVD and tried to play it in a European DVD player you would receive an error that the Region Code is incorrect. It is important when you order your DVDs that you specify where the DVD will be used. We hope to soon offer DVDs that will play in any region.
means the Waikato Region constituted on November 1, 1989 and includes the city of Hamilton and the districts of Hauraki, Matamata-Piako, Otorohanga, South Waikato, Taupo, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, Waipa, Waitomo and part of the districts of Franklin and Rotorua.
A region is an area of a page that usually contains either text or images, but not both. Regions can be determined by the OCR Shop XTR during auto-segmentation or specified by vvEngAPI::vvSetRegionProperties. Regions on a page can overlap. Regions can be simple rectangles in shape or they can be more complex (see UOR).
A coverage feature class used to represent a spatial feature as one or more polygons. Many regions can be defined in a single coverage. Regions have attributes ( PAT) that describe the geographic feature they represent.
Region is a geographic term used in various ways among the different branches of geography. In general, a region medium-scale area of land or water, smaller than the whole area of interest (which could be, for example, the world, a nation, a river basin, mountain range, and so on), and larger than a specific site or location. A region can be seen as a collection of smaller units (as in "the New England states") or as one part of a larger whole (as in "the New England region of the United States").
(1) An arbitrary area or set of areas on the QuickDraw coordinate plane. The outline of a region should be one or more closed loops. (2) For the Macintosh script management system, a particular subset of a language. A region can represent a linguistic or cultural entity, not necessarily corresponding to a nation, whose language is different enough from other versions of the same language that it merits a specific localized version of Macintosh system software. For example, U.S. and British are two regional variations that are subsets of the English language.
A larger-sized territory that includes many smaller places, all or most of which share similar attributes, such as climate, landforms, plants, soils, language, religion, economy, government or other natural or cultural attributes.
A region is a relatively large tract of land distinguished by certain common characteristics, natural or cultural. Natural unifying features could include same drainage basin., similar landforms, or climatic conditions, a special flora or fauna, or the like. Cultural determining features could include boundaries proclaimed for administrative purposes, common land use patterns etc.
Based on either the Australian postcode or overseas country of a studentÕs permanent home residence at the time of enrolment for the current year. Within Tasmania regions are based on postcodes 72... for North, 71... for South, and 73... or 74... for Northwest. Within these categories, Urban is 0-20km from the city centre, Suburban 20-40km, Satellite includes towns on the 40km border of the city, and Rural includes all postcodes that fall outside 40 km.
Jurisdictional division of city schools. The city's public schools are grouped in 10 regions, each headed by a superintendent, appointed by the chancellor. Regions are responsible for student placement, as well as personnel and business operations for the schools under their umbrella. Regional offices house a parent resource center to respond to parent concerns.
Applicant region is based on the home postcode (UK) or the area of permanent residence (overseas). A number of Applicant regional breakdowns are usually available for UCAS data, including Region: country (Government Office Region); Region: continent; Domicile; and Commonwealth.
A map view containing 48 joinable cities. Unlike SimCity(tm) 4, there isn't regional terrain reconciliation or coordination of neighbor deals between cities within a region, unless users download neighboring cities and reconcile them within their own SimCity(tm) 4 game. Users contribute to the region by uploading their work to the region game board to alter the view of the region over time.
Defines the operational management divisions within AngloGold Ashanti and these are South Africa, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Namibia, Tanzania, United States of America and Zimbabwe.
A group of pixels that need to be taken together to extract a feature. As an example, consider a black letter "A" on a white background. The feature is the letter "A". The extraction we require is recognition. The "A" is considered to be black, but it could be 20 different shades of black. A region would include all 20 shades of black.
a UDI-internal data structure containing a synchronization queue to hold incoming channel operations and callbacks when they are delayed because a non-reentrant portion of the driver code is busy or operating at a lower priority. A region may be associated with, and hold (queue) channel operations for, one or more channels. The driver-writer specifies the grouping of channels to regions when channels are anchored. Region structures are not directly visible to UDI drivers.
A Region is a subclass of Geom which defines an invisible cuboid region of space that can receive intersection events. They are often used to construct trigger volumes in game implementations. A Region is placed in the scene graph using an Instance. class
A region in Crystal Space is a collection of objects (textures, materials, mesh objects, mesh factories, sectors, sequences, triggers, shared variables, collections, ...). Regions are not a geometrical concept. It is possible to define a region which contains all wall geometry and a region which contains all moving geometry. Usually though, regions represent some area in the world. You can use regions to dynamically load/unload parts of the world. This is useful if you have really big worlds that don't fit in memory at once.
1. A set of mathematical points in a plane; a mapping from an ( , ) pair into either or nil (meaning member or not a member, respectively, of the region). In CLIM, all regions include their boundaries (i.e., are closed) and have infinite resolution. 2. A Lisp object that represents a region.
A range of virtual addresses. When a user-mode caller creates a section or maps a view, it must specify a region. The Memory Manager rounds the specified region's starting address down to the nearest 64K boundary and rounds its size in bytes up to the next host-page-size boundary.
the approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in `in the region of'); "it was going to take in the region of two or three months to finish the job"; "the price is in the neighborhood of $100"
These are the operational regions designated by the CIS. The regions for climate products vary because of changes in the extent of the ice analyses throughout the years. The most apparent difference is the West Arctic.
A portion of virtual memory associated with an executing process. Each executing process has a region for its text segment, its data segment, and its stack segment, and may have an additional region for a shared memory segment.
The United States is divided into separate Regions for the purposes of showing cats in CFA shows. Although cats and kittens can be shown in other regions, the region for which a cat is registered is where the cat competes for its regional award.
You are assigned a region which you can view at anytime within Your CSP Region. The region is based on your Health authority. Change your region by changing your Health Authority at the bottom of the Personal Details form in the 'Your Account' section.
The European Union created the Committee of the Regions to represent Regions of Europe as the layer of EU government administration directly below the nation-state level. The Committee has its headquarters in Brussels.