The definition of a sector is a separate or distinct area or part of something larger.
A continuous expanse of land or of water, mineral deposit, etc.; stretch; extent; area
A division or part of an organism, often called after its main part or organ
(Elec.) A complete or partial path over which current may flow
A geographical subdivision of a county, municipality, or similar entity, for political, judicial, or administrative ends; for example, a court district (in which a particular court has jurisdiction over certain matters arising within the borders or pertaining to people who live there) or a voting district (where all the franchised inhabitants are required to vote at a particular polling station).
A small horizontal brace or girder.
A community, district, or area, esp. with regard to some characteristic or point of reference
A section or area (of a town, etc.).
(Archaic) The highest point in the sky reached by the sun or another celestial body; a zenith.
A measure of relative position north or south on the Earth's surface, measured in degrees from the equator, which has a latitude of 0°, with the poles having a latitude of 90° north and south. The distance of a degree of latitude is about 69 statute miles or 60 nautical miles (111 km). Latitude and longitude are the coordinates that together identify all positions on the Earth's surface.
(--- former) A part of the U.S. having its own legislature but without the status of a state and under the administration of an appointed governor
A band is defined as a group of people working together, particularly in the field of music or a band is something that ties together or restricts movement.
A distinctive type, kind, or sort
The place where a person or thing is, esp. in relation to others; location; situation; site
A band of tough reinforcing material beneath the tread of a tire.
any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude
To set off or divide by a partition
To kill a tree or woody shrub by removing or destroying a band of bark and cambium from its circumference. The plants die because the distribution of food down from the leaves (through the phloem) and sometimes the flow of water and nutrients up from the roots (through the xylem) is disrupted, and the cambium can no longer regenerate these vascular tissues to repair the damage. Unwanted trees, such as invasive or nonnative species, are often eliminated by girdling. Some plant diseases kill trees by destroying a ring of cambium and so girdling them. Gnawing animals, especially rodents, can also girdle trees.
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