no man's land definition

  • noun:
    • Land under dispute by two opposing events, especially the industry of fight amongst the lines of two opposing entrenched armies.
    • a place of anxiety or ambiguity.
    • An unclaimed or unowned piece of land.
    • The ground between trenches where a soldier from either part would be easily targeted.
    • A place in which there is no-one to or should really be.
    • the location involving the backcourt additionally the space near the net, where it is difficult to go back the ball.
    • Territory, frequently disputed, that can't be inhabited due to anxiety about dispute, specially:
    • Tracts of uninhabited area close to the iron-curtain.
    • The stretch of land involving the edge posts of two contiguous sovereign says, occasionally separated by long way.
    • Land not advertised by any recognized sovereign condition; terra nullius.
    • an unoccupied location amongst the forward outlines of opposing armies
    • land that is unowned and uninhabited (and often unwanted)
    • the ambiguous area between two categories or says or circumstances (usually containing some top features of both)

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