safety zone

NOUN
  1. a curbed area in a roadway from which traffic is excluded; provides safe area for pedestrians
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How To Use safety zone In A Sentence

  • Today, contemporary hockey has few who can hold a candle to Tirkey when it comes to tackling, intercepting and despatching the ball to safety zones.
  • I immediately told members of my crew to stop what they were doing and to start hiking up the hill to our safety zone, a large rock outcropping.
  • For the civilians who will be left behind, a safety zone is hastily organized.
  • Troops have moved in and taken over one stretch of the safety zone. Times, Sunday Times
  • Uncle Rob sez: I've been asked by the leaders of the Piscean Support Group to pat you on the back -- and add a tender, friendly kick in the butt while I'm at it -- in celebration of your recent promise to leave your safety zone. Thor's Day
  • For such a risky venture, the reasons for straying outside that safety zone of London is to pick-up more fans.
  • The charges are conspiracy to violate a safety zone and failure to adhere to the Commander's instructions.
  • Proponents for moving Lindbergh to Miramar contend that the 24, 000-acre Naval base contains a much better safety zone.
  • She stood some distance away from him to maintain a safety zone.
  • Troops have moved in and taken over one stretch of the safety zone. Times, Sunday Times
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