Definitions for "Region"
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 upper air; the sky; the heavens.
The inhabitants of a district.
A subset of a sudoku puzzle grid. Also called a sub-grid,block or mini-grid.
A subset of the map. Selecting one or more map components and using a menu command to set them off temporarily from the rest of the map create regions.
programming: Any arbitrary set of pixels treated as one object. You don't need to know this, but Bill Atkinson's patented method of handling regions is one of the most important pieces of QuickDraw.
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.
an area that displays a coherent unity in terms of government, language, or possibly the landform or situation
a society of the communities within its composition and a territorial unit and a legal entity of public law
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.
a different concept from a "city", and different things could possibly be pertinent
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.
A division within the U.S. ASFA has ten; AKC has six.
an echo of what is happening further North
Defines the operational management divisions within AngloGold and these are South Africa, East and West Africa, Australia, North America and South America.
a contiguous portion of a Zone, but it isn't used when specifying an address
a contiguous set of pixels
a data structure that describes a set of pixels
a selected region of the image of various forms. Used to select only a portion of the image, within which the current operations should be applied.
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 delimited portion of a signal that is singled out as being meaningful for annotation
a collection of connected tiles with the same theme (roads, castles) or an abbey with its surrounding neighbors
an area, surrounded by walls, containing only a single player's castle
a range of cells that is surrounded by blank rows and columns
an orthogonal part of either a composite state or a state machine
a part of a composite state, orthogonal state, or state machine that contains states and transitions
Keywords:  drl, geom, lumbosacral, cuboid, trigger
brainstem, cervical, thoracic or lumbosacral spinal cord levels (regional involvement is defined by either right or left sided signs)
a logical portion of the volume that is defined and used by DRL, which is considered more efficient than block-by-block logging
an object that can be used to define sections of a Windows Form or control
a ‘bundle' of practices ‘binding' time-space.
a large indefinite location on the surface of the Earth; "penguins inhabit the polar regions"
a space for living, and its inhabitants are the key actors
Keywords:  boundary, clim, nil, lisp, ontario
a continuous part of space, not necessarily with definite boundaries, but with certain characteristics
a municipality created by a special act of the Ontario legislature and is a federation of all the area municipalities within its boundaries
an entity that encapsulates and implements scoping, grouping, subdividing, and crossing boundaries of sets of entities
a group of like places or the functional union of places to form a spatial unit. For example, Europe is commonly divided into five regions: the British Isles, Northern, Western, Eastern, and Southern.
the extended spatial location of something; "the farming regions of France"; "religions in all parts of the world"; "regions of outer space"
See another great link from Southern Wine and Spirits of the regions of the World.
Tract, part, or space, lying about and including anything; neighborhood; vicinity; sphere.
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"
a big place, and if you spread low income housing out across every neighborhood and jurisdiction, no one would even feel it
an intellectual concept devised to facilitate a better understanding of the significance of the areal aspects of the distribution of physical, biotic and societal phenomena
Keywords:  golfwits, bunker, tee, golf, alias
Alias used for Box
Any feature on a golf course that is rendered on a Golfwits Course File - e.g. sand bunker, green, tee box, etc.
a unit of global society and is delineated according to such criteria as politics, economics, climate, and lifestyle
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 subdivision of American Mensa. Currently there are 10 regions.
One of 10 FEMA subdivisions. Each region has a central FEMA Regional Office.
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.
a segment of audio (and/or MIDI ) that is defined as part of a larger file
a segment of audio bounded by markers that signify the start and end
Keywords:  cursor, emacs, buffer, mark, text
a cursor which has been stored
The text between the cursor and a previously set mark in an Emacs buffer.
Keywords:  southland, means
means the Southland Region
Region is a name of a fictional forest in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium.
a useful discriminating target for genus-specific and species-specific PCR amplification in Arcobacter species
Keywords:  uitp, dubai, forum, emerging, thought
an emerging market for public transport business and that is the reason why the first UITP Business Forum was thought to take place in Dubai
Keywords:  cfa, kittens, cat, competes, award
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.
a collection of tree cache nodes that share the same eviction policy configurations, e
See Quadtree Node.
a section of a page that contains content
a section of a page that serves as a container for content within a page
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.
A part or section of a country or the world. see also import, export.
a strong testimonial to what sets us apart from so many other communities across the country
An AHA term that describes a designated section of the country.
a collection of locations which are close to each other in Ackanomic
Code used to identify the region within the state where the county is located.
See county
Keywords:  parallelograms, map, union
a parallelogram or union of parallelograms on the map
a knowledge domain that you are interested in or are communicating about; "it was a limited domain of discourse"; "here we enter the region of opinion"; "the realm of the occult"
an internal Windows resource
an object managed internally by Windows which describes the potential shape of a window
a part of the current window
a predicate over measurable connection quantities, such as latency and throughput
a second-level administrative unit within the nation in which a person is located
See administrative region.
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.
Keywords:  delusion, induced, crack
a crack induced delusion)
Keywords:  stuff, semantically, icon, group, stack
A region groups a process' pages by their function. A process has at least three regions for its data, stack, and text.
A named group of one or more icon layers. All the layers in a region have the same color. You can use the change action to change the color of any named region.
a group of global object names administered by a single entity, which could be one person or a group of people
in relation to a regional council means the area of the regional council as determined in accordance with the Local Government Act 1974.
a group of members represented in Council
From the 2006 State election, there will be 8 regions for the Legislative Council. Each region will return 5 members.
Keywords:  gdi, shape, represents, object
a GDI object that represents a shape
a part of an animal that has a special function or is supplied by a given artery or nerve; "in the abdominal region"
a part of memory of potentially unbounded size
A part of a plane.
Keywords:  signatory, free, trade, agreement
a signatory to the Free Trade Agreement
a rectangular block of cells
Regions can be created as distinguishing factors for address blocks, subnets, and zones. A region is distinct from the regional cluster.
Keywords:  tivoli, management, see
See Tivoli management region.
a specification of longitude, latitude, depth/height and time
Keywords:  isa, classification, lower, system
a lower classification in the ISA's system)
Keywords:  specialty, ours
a specialty of ours
Keywords:  provinces, canada, six, trustees, comes
A grouping of several states or provinces from which a Regional Trustee comes to the Board of Trustees.  There are six Regions in the United States and two in Canada.
a source of inspiration to fashion designers
a strong indication for the high quality and competitiveness of the European foil industry
A set of related items within an entity. For example, the Purchase Order Header entity might contain a `Currency Information' region, which consists of the Rate, Type, and Date fields.
A collection of prefixes for incoming telephone calls.
Keywords:  plus, definite
a definite plus
Keywords:  'clean
a 'Clean' show
a set of frames in which the change in energy increases immediately followed by frames in which the change in energy decreases
Keywords:  kind, entire, special
a special kind of entire
Keywords:  thing, organic
an organic thing
Keywords:  protein, binding, key, site
a key protein-binding site
Keywords:  audio, piece, data
a piece of audio data
Keywords:  component, key, plan
a key component of this plan
Keywords:  land, piece
A certain piece of land
a collection of places provided by computers that are all operated by the same authority