The zone (shown in bold) is the suffix coming after the main body of the domain name.
An academic site, usually outside the US and often followed by a country code, as in 'ac.uk'.
Organization relating to, well, The Arts.
Company, usually outside the US and often followed by a country code, as in 'co.uk'.
The most common zone on the net, it usually refers to a commercial address. It is largely American.
An educational institution, usually American.
A business of some sort. Used much less frequently than '.com'.
Some branch of the government, often American.
An organization specializing in sharing information.
A military site.
An administrative host, the zone in which many ISPs are located.
A non-profit organization.
An organization specializing in leisure, recreation and outdoorsy stuff.
A company offering goods.
An organization specializing in WWW stuff.
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