Northerly Northerner

Northern

Meanings and phrases

Northern

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n.
  1. a dialect of Middle English that developed into Scottish Lallans

northern

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adj.
  1. in or characteristic of a region of the United States north of (approximately) the Mason-Dixon line
  2. situated in or oriented toward the north; northerly
  3. coming from the north; used especially of wind; northerly
  4. situated in or coming from regions of the north

Northern Alliance

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n.
  1. a multiethnic alliance in Afghanistan who practice a moderate form of Islam and are united in their opposition to the Taliban; United Front

Northern Baptist

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n.
  1. a member of the American Baptist Convention

Northern Baptist Convention

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n.
  1. an association of Northern Baptists; American Baptist Convention

Northern Cross

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n.
  1. a cluster of 5 bright stars forming a cross in the constellation Cygnus

Northern Ireland

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n.
  1. a division of the United Kingdom located on the northern part of the island of Ireland

Northern Mariana Islands

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n.
  1. a self-governing territory comprising all of the Mariana Islands except Guam; Northern Marianas

Northern Marianas

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n.
  1. a self-governing territory comprising all of the Mariana Islands except Guam; Northern Mariana Islands

Northern Rhodesia

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n.
  1. a republic in central Africa; formerly controlled by Great Britain and called Northern Rhodesia until it gained independence within the commonwealth in 1964; Zambia; Republic of Zambia

Northern Spy

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n.
  1. large late-ripening apple with skin striped with yellow and red

Northern Territory

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n.
  1. a territory in north central Australia

Northern bedstraw

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n.
  1. North American stoloniferous perennial having white flowers; sometimes used as an ornamental; Northern snow bedstraw; Galium boreale

Northern dewberry

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n.
  1. of eastern North America; American dewberry; Rubus flagellaris

Northern lobster

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n.
  1. flesh of cold-water lobsters having large tender claws; caught from Maine to the Carolinas; American lobster; Maine lobster
  2. lobster of Atlantic coast of America; American lobster; Maine lobster; Homarus americanus

Northern snow bedstraw

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n.
  1. North American stoloniferous perennial having white flowers; sometimes used as an ornamental; Northern bedstraw; Galium boreale

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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n.
  1. a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom; United Kingdom; UK; U.K.; Britain; Great Britain

capital of Northern Ireland

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n.
  1. capital and largest city of Northern Ireland; the center of Protestantism in Northern Ireland; Belfast

northern Europe

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n.
  1. the northernmost countries of Europe

northern Jacob 's ladder

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n.
  1. perennial erect herb with white flowers; circumboreal; Polemonium boreale

northern barramundi

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n.
  1. a species of large fish found in Australian rivers; Australian bonytongue; Scleropages jardinii

northern beech fern

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n.
  1. beech fern of North America and Eurasia; long beech fern; narrow beech fern; Phegopteris connectilis; Dryopteris phegopteris; Thelypteris phegopteris

northern bobwhite

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n.
  1. a favorite game bird of eastern and central United States; Colinus virginianus

northern bog lemming

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n.
  1. of wet alpine and subalpine meadows of Canada and Alaska; Synaptomys borealis

northern casque-headed frog

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n.
  1. terrestrial burrowing nocturnal frog of grassy terrain and scrub forests having very hard upper surface of head; of the United States southwest; lowland burrowing treefrog; Pternohyla fodiens

northern cricket frog

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n.
  1. a cricket frog of eastern and central United States; Acris crepitans

northern dune tansy

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n.
  1. lightly hairy rhizomatous perennial having aromatic feathery leaves and stems bearing open clusters of small buttonlike yellow flowers; sand dunes of Pacific coast of North America; Tanacetum douglasii

northern flying squirrel

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n.
  1. large flying squirrel; chiefly of Canada; Glaucomys sabrinus

northern harrier

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n.
  1. common harrier of North America and Europe; nests in marshes and open land; marsh hawk; hen harrier; Circus cyaneus

northern hemisphere

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n.
  1. the hemisphere that is to the north of the equator
E.g.
  • Halloween, October 31, is in autumn in the northern hemisphere.
  • 68% of the land mass of the world is in the northern hemisphere.
  • "Hieracium canadense" is a native to much of the northern hemisphere.

northern holly fern

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n.
  1. evergreen European fern widely cultivated; Polystichum lonchitis

northern lights

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n.
  1. the aurora of the northern hemisphere; aurora borealis

northern mammoth

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n.
  1. very hairy mammoth common in colder portions of the northern hemisphere; woolly mammoth; Mammuthus primigenius

northern oak fern

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n.
  1. yellow-green fern of rocky areas of northern hemisphere; limestone fern; Gymnocarpium robertianum

northern oriole

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n.
  1. a kind of New World oriole; Icterus galbula

northern parula

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n.
  1. small grey-blue wood warbler with yellow throat and breast; of eastern North America; parula warbler; Parula americana

northern phalarope

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n.
  1. breeds in Arctic regions of Old and New Worlds; large flocks often seen far out at sea; Lobipes lobatus

northern pike

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n.
  1. voracious piscivorous pike of waters of northern hemisphere; Esox lucius
E.g.
  • Fish species include bluegill, bass, and northern pike.
  • Among the species of fish anglers can catch in the reservoir is northern pike.
  • Smallmouth bass and northern pike can be found in abundance in the lower sections.

northern pin oak

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n.
  1. small to medium deciduous oak of east central North America; leaves have sharply pointed lobes; jack oak; Quercus ellipsoidalis

northern pitch pine

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n.
  1. large three-needled pine of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada; closely related to the pond pine; pitch pine; Pinus rigida

northern pocket gopher

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n.
  1. greyish to brown gopher of western and central United States; Thomomys talpoides

northern porgy

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n.
  1. found in Atlantic coastal waters of North America from South Carolina to Maine; esteemed as a panfish; scup; northern scup; Stenotomus chrysops

northern red oak

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n.
  1. large symmetrical deciduous tree with rounded crown widely distributed in eastern North America; has large leaves with triangular spiny tipped lobes and coarse-grained wood less durable than that of white oaks; Quercus rubra; Quercus borealis

northern scup

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n.
  1. found in Atlantic coastal waters of North America from South Carolina to Maine; esteemed as a panfish; scup; northern porgy; Stenotomus chrysops

northern sea robin

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n.
  1. large searobin; found from Nova Scotia to Florida; Prionotus carolinus

northern shrike

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n.
  1. a butcherbird of northern North America; Lanius borealis

northern snakehead

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n.
  1. a voracious freshwater fish that is native to northeastern China; can use fin to walk and can survive out of water for three days; a threat to American populations of fish

northern storm petrel

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n.
  1. sooty black petrel with white markings; of the northern Atlantic and Mediterranean; stormy petrel; Hydrobates pelagicus

northern white cedar

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n.
  1. small evergreen of eastern North America having tiny scalelike leaves on flattened branchlets; American arborvitae; white cedar; Thuja occidentalis

northern whiting

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n.
  1. whiting of the east coast of United States; closely resembles king whiting; Menticirrhus saxatilis

northern woodsia

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n.
  1. slender fern of northern North America with shining chestnut-colored stipes and bipinnate fronds with usually distinct marginal sori; Alpine woodsia; flower-cup fern; Woodsia alpina

northern part

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  • Marukiya is located in the northern part of Bihar.
  • It passes through the northern part of Chihuahua.
  • In the northern part of the city are built farms.

northern end

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  • There is a bridge at the northern end of the pond.
  • It is situated on the northern end of Jabal al-Arab.
  • At its northern end the road becomes Brecknock Road.

northern terminus

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  • I-295's northern terminus is at exit 53 with I-64.
  • It replaced as the northern terminus of the line.
  • Here, PA 38 comes to its northern terminus at US 322.

northern side

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  • In 2002, a ticket counter was opened on the northern side.
  • On the northern side Parinacota partly overlaps with Pomerape.
  • Three windows on the northern side are framed with chambranles.

northern edge

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  • At the northern edge of Lake Tapps is Auburn.
  • On the northern edge of Whiteface, SH 125 ends at SH 114.
  • on the northern edge wrapping around to its southern edge.

northern border

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  • The northern border was moved north to Lawrence Avenue.
  • On its northern border is Grays Ferry and Point Breeze.
  • Most of the northern border is formed by the River Wien.

along the northern

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  • Floods left the greatest impact along the northern coastline.
  • The narrow Kyrenia Range extends along the northern coastline.
  • There is a large crack along the northern face of the monument.

northern boundary

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  • Penpol Creek forms part of the northern boundary.
  • Lake Ballard is on the northern boundary of the station.
  • The northern boundary was moved south to Eglinton Avenue.

northern and southern

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  • It is found in northern and southern Tanzania.
  • Species are found in northern and southern temperate regions.
  • There are steps to the mosque from northern and southern directions.

northern portion

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  • Jackson Township is located in the northern portion of Ste.
  • Jackson Township was created in 1827 from the northern portion of Ste.
  • This transit-related area is the northern portion of the community area.

northern half

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  • The interior floor has a low ridge in the northern half.
  • The northern half was made part of M-82.
  • The northern half of the city contains the Sefuri Mountains.

northern section

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  • The northern section supports chaparral habitats.
  • The first part being the northern section built .
  • The northern section from to , was opened on 25 October 2018.

northern parts

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  • It grows in northern parts of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • It originated from the northern parts of Ghana.
  • to the industries located in the northern parts of India.

northern coast

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  • A corsair's road runs along the continent's northern coast.
  • It centred on the town of Burnie on Tasmania's northern coast.
  • Along with the Greeks, Thracians lived among the northern coast.

northern shore

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  • Its origin is on the northern shore near Seebruck.
  • It is located on the northern shore of the island.
  • The lake also hosts a small marina on the northern shore.

northern and eastern

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  • The northern and eastern borders remained the same.
  • The northern and eastern sections were built afresh.
  • The northern and eastern sides of the island are steep and mountainous.

northern and western

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  • Its northern and western peripheries are primarily agricultural.
  • The district serves northern and western portions of Burleson County.
  • In 1967 she conducted operations in the northern and western Pacific.

northern tip

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  • It is located near the northern tip of Banhos Avenue.
  • Finger Point marks the island's northern tip.
  • The northern tip of the island is marked by a lighthouse.

northern suburbs

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  • Trinity Park is one of Cairn's northern suburbs.
  • It services the northern suburbs of Perth across ten campuses.
  • Salata was born in Georgia and raised in Chicago's northern suburbs.

located in northern

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  • Gwalior is located in northern Madhya Pradesh, India.
  • The county is located in northern Kenya.
  • The small range is located in northern San Bernardino County.

northern and central

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  • This species is found in northern and central Laos.
  • The northern and central areas are connected through a major road system.
  • The northern and central provinces are also famous for almonds and walnuts.

northern bank

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  • Adama Mickiewicza w Bydgoszczy, III LO"), on the northern bank of the channel.
  • Later on, they finalized their occupancy and moved on to the northern bank of the river.
  • It runs east along northern bank of the Poonch River to the Pir Panjal Pass ("Peer Ki Gali").

through the northern

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  • It passes through the northern part of Chihuahua.
  • The N4 passes through the northern part of Cortober.
  • A cycle path runs through the northern part.

department in northern

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  • Eth, Nord Eth is a commune in the Nord department in northern France.
  • Bouchain Bouchain is a commune in the Nord department in northern France.
  • Ledringhem Ledringhem () is a commune in the Nord department in northern France.

found in northern

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  • This species is found in northern and central Laos.
  • Fossils have also been found in northern Mexico.
  • It is found in northern and southern Tanzania.

central and northern

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  • Roe deer are found in central and northern Wales.
  • It is found around the central and northern parts of Afghanistan.
  • Still, most of central and northern al-Andalus (Toledo, Zaragoza, Barcelona, etc.)

northern region

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  • The first fon originated in the northern region of Thailand.
  • 4:Pariphata, Phuleli Located in the northern region of Jhalari.
  • In the northern region of Paraná there are some Japanese speakers.

northern slopes

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  • It is at in the northern slopes of the Toros Mountains.
  • At it is situated in the northern slopes of Toros Mountains.
  • It is situated in the northern slopes of Aydın Mountains at .

northern regions

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  • Tundra typically prevails in the northern regions.
  • The tip of the northern regions have been subject to desertification.
  • They were however found in great numbers in the northern regions of Nandi.

near the northern

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  • It is located near the northern tip of Banhos Avenue.
  • The Hutchinson River empties into Eastchester Bay near the northern end.
  • The hamlet of Moycarkey is located near the northern apex of the townland.

region in northern

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  • The Tamera-Douahria group is an important iron region in northern Tunisia about west of Tunis.
  • Routes Routes is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region in northern France.
  • Bolbec Bolbec is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region in northern France.

region of northern

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  • Paul Colnaghi was born in 1751 as Paolo Colnago, in the Brianza region of northern Italy.
  • Geographically, it is located inside the mountainous region of northern Albania in the Valley of Fan.
  • Natori River The is a river located in central Miyagi prefecture, in the Tōhoku region of northern Japan.

across northern

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  • It moved northeastward toward a trough across northern Florida.
  • The "Long Trail" followed the Peace River 530 across northern AB.
  • They are found across northern Africa and in Israel in arid regions.

northern areas

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  • In some northern areas, tadpole shrimp are more common.
  • It lies South of Astore, northern areas, Gilgit, Pakistan.
  • Thick stews are found often in these northern areas as well.

northern flank

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  • On McCall's northern flank, the division of Brig.
  • On the northern flank, V.B.
  • After securing his northern flank, Ibn Tahir marched through Syria into Egypt.

northern area

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  • Division IV is located in the northern area of Orange County.
  • Some parts of the northern area are on the Khlong Maha Nak canal.
  • On the other hand, the northern area is relatively gentle sloping.

western and northern

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  • It is locally naturalised in western and northern Europe.
  • Fighting erupted in western and northern Abyan, with many gunfights.
  • On the western and northern sides are the cells, built between 1843 and 1846.

far northern

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  • It dissipated early on August 24 in the far northern Atlantic Ocean.
  • A couple of days later, the remnants of How dissipated in the far northern Atlantic.
  • The town was in the recent past known as a centre of far northern German Catholicism.

northern suburb

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  • This tree gives its name to a northern suburb of Wellington, Tawa.
  • Kentrigg Kentrigg is a northern suburb of Kendal, Cumbria, England.
  • Line 1 connects the port of Piraeus with the northern suburb of Kifissia.

across the northern

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  • In that conflict, South Africa provided support across the northern border to UNITA.
  • Silver fruit-eating bats are found across the northern Andes, from Colombia to Bolivia.
  • In June 1655 Swedish forces started to advance across the northern territories of the Commonwealth.

forms the northern

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  • The river Alfeios forms the northern border of the municipal unit.
  • A transform boundary forms the northern border with the Pacific Plate.
  • The bar also forms the northern shore of one of the largest bays in the world.

parts of northern

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  • In some parts of northern Ghana, there exists what are called witch camps.
  • Moderate to severe flooding occurred over parts of northern Broward County.
  • Setzler's district, the 35th district, covers parts of northern Cobb County, Georgia.

northern states

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  • These areas were located near northern states and were often under Union control.
  • Relief funds were set up in the northern states of America to support the UK cotton workers.
  • "D. anilis" is Holarctic, present in Canada and many northern states of the United States in the Nearctic.

northern extension

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  • Sucite is sometimes regarded as the northern extension of Supyire.
  • Its northern extension came after coal was discovered at Chislet in 1918.
  • They are a northern extension of the Temblor Range, both of the California Coast Ranges System.

northern provinces

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  • His father, Antonio, was regional treasurer for the northern provinces of Luzon.
  • Twenty northern provinces had been placed under storm warnings before the storm hit.
  • He subsequently invaded Italy, devastating the northern provinces, but was unable to take Rome.

northern limit

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  • Its northern limit is the Philippines.
  • This junction, also including NY 52, is the city's northern limit.
  • Florida manatees inhabit the most northern limit of sirenian habitats.

town in northern

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  • Djibo Djibo is a town in northern Burkina Faso.
  • Gorom-Gorom Gorom-Gorom is a town in northern Burkina Faso.
  • The bay was named after ", "a monastery town in northern Italy.

between the northern

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  • divided between the northern and southern governorates in the Eastern Region.
  • south end; see below), and again between the northern and southern intersections with Westwood Blvd.
  • Launched in 2014, it provides service between the northern suburb of DeLand to the southern suburb of Poinciana.

through northern

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  • It passed through northern Germany and Denmark, and led to Malmö.
  • It runs through northern Cavite.
  • The company extended through northern China and into Korea and Taiwan.

northern city

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  • The band began in 1986 in the northern city of Lille.
  • M-32 are Hillman Road and Old M-32 south of Hillman and the northern city limit along Hillman Road.
  • The club play out of their home stadium, Estadio Independencia, based in the northern city of Estelí.

northern constellation

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  • 36 Draconis 36 Draconis is a star in the northern constellation Draco.
  • 15 Cygni 15 Cygni is a single star in the northern constellation Cygnus.
  • 29 Cygni 29 Cygni is a single star in the northern constellation of Cygnus.

northern outskirts

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  • Wick Airport is on Wick's northern outskirts.
  • The larger 19th-century church is on the northern outskirts of the main settlement.
  • The Technical University of Denmark is located in Lyngby in the northern outskirts of Copenhagen.

northern wall

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  • Only the northern wall remains standing with pilasters in the northeast corner.
  • The pool also served as a moat, protecting the northern wall of the Temple Mount.
  • The western wall’s landscape is similar to the one on the northern wall detailed above.

eastern and northern

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  • The top, eastern and northern faces have been discoloured by lichen.
  • Four solfatara fields lie at the eastern and northern flanks of the central cone.
  • On the eastern and northern horizon lies the Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country.

northern slope

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  • The village has expanded along the northern slope of the ridge.
  • It hosts glaciers down to elevations of , lower on the northern slope.
  • After its steep northern slope the range curves more sharply to the west.

most northern

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  • Florida manatees inhabit the most northern limit of sirenian habitats.
  • As the most northern fort in PFL IV, it was tasked to support Fort Eben-Emael.
  • Korovino, Moscow Korovino is the historical area in the most northern part of Russia's capital city Moscow.

southern and northern

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  • The fort itself has two parts: a medieval southern and northern Ottoman part.
  • The southern and northern parts of the rim in particular are all but destroyed.
  • In 1937, SR 310 underwent extensions at both the southern and northern ends of the route.

other northern

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  • As in most other northern communities, the roads and most of the terrain are all gravel.
  • Additionally, the hospital serves people in other northern islands of Vanuatu, such as Banks.
  • The Sheffield club continued to play occasional first-class matches, mainly against other northern clubs.

native to northern

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  • It is native to northern California and southern Oregon.
  • The hairy-tailed bolo mouse is native to northern South America.
  • "L. williamsii" is native to northern Mexico and southern Texas.

northern frontier

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  • With these victories, he secured his northern frontier.
  • You remained an important prefecture on the northern frontier.
  • Artillery, and was in command of the northern frontier during the Fenian raids of 1866.

village in northern

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  • Azezo Azezo is a village in northern Ethiopia south of the city of Gondar.
  • Ahlten Ahlten is a village in northern Germany with a population of around 5500.
  • Meinarti Meinarti (also Mainarti) was an island with a Nubian village in northern Sudan.

northern entrance

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  • In 2003 the northern entrance was opened due to BVG safety policies.
  • The small building 8 used for administration lies next to the northern entrance to campus.
  • The Édouard-Montpetit station is located near the northern entrance of the Mount Royal Tunnel.

northern central

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  • The fiord is located between Taitetimu / Caswell Sound and Hāwea / Bligh Sound, on the northern central Fiordland coast.
  • Bua Yai District Bua Yai (, ) is a district ("amphoe") in the northern part of Nakhon Ratchasima Province, northern central Thailand.
  • Christa Hecht was born into a working-class family at Krakow am See, a small market town in the flat countryside to the south of Rostock in northern central Germany.

off the northern

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  • San Miguel Island is located "just off the northern tip" of Ticao Island.
  • She was discovered to be located some off the northern coast of Norway and lying in of water.
  • This is largely owing to the 17th-century shipwreck of a slave-trading galleon off the northern coast of Ecuador.

around the northern

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  • In 1973, SR 50 was extended around the northern part of Jekyll Island.
  • Then, as they edged around the northern tip of Greenland, they encountered more bad weather.
  • During the war, Greece gained control over the area around the northern coast of the Aegean.

northern branch

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  • Minor ethnic groups also in the northern branch are the Negidals and the Oroqen.
  • Haddeland sits along the shores of the river Storåni, a northern branch of the river Lygna.
  • The northern branch flows through the Daspur area as Palarpai and joins the Rupnarayan River.

reaches its northern

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  • The route then reaches its northern terminus, an intersection with PR 1A.
  • SR 78 reaches its northern terminus at an arbitrary spot south of the clusters of houses that form Stonega.
  • The highway reaches its northern terminus at VT 44 between the town center of Windsor and the town of West Windsor.

northern portions

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  • The Highlands comprise the northern portions of Inverness and Victoria counties.
  • The central and northern portions of the complex are tightly packed with interconnected buildings.
  • Southern yellow bat flies far out to sea and they seasonally migrates southward from extreme northern portions of its range.

throughout northern

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  • During his itinerant period, Shivananda travelled throughout northern India.
  • Programs are also offered in communities throughout northern Saskatchewan, and at a number of northern minesites.
  • After the discovery of Hart's body on Sunday, November 26, word went out immediately throughout northern California.

northern route

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  • The first aircraft of the air echelon departed the United Kingdom in mid-June 1945 flying the northern route via Iceland.
  • The southern route went via West Chester-Coatesville-Lancaster-Hershey and the northern route via Norristown-Pottstown-Reading-Ephrata-Lebanon-Hershey.
  • In 1975, three routes were considered: a northern route through mainly farmland, a central route using a railway, and a southern route through Dartmoor National Park.

between northern

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  • Traditionally, there is a distinction between northern and southern Chinese Islamic cuisine despite both using mutton and lamb.
  • Officials also closed schools and government buildings in Taipei, and flights between northern and southern Taiwan were canceled.
  • SR 795, along with SR 289, provides an alternate and more direct connection between northern Humboldt County on US 95 and destinations east on Interstate 80.

more northern

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  • It is more common in more northern parts.
  • However, this is not as much as in more northern areas of the west coast.
  • Outside the borough, PA 36 intersects another spur, PA 536, before taking a more northern alignment.

endemic to northern

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  • The species is endemic to northern Pakistan.

northern reaches

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  • It is located in Azcapotzalco borough, in the northern reaches of Mexico City.
  • Route 207 continues north out of Highgate into the extreme northern reaches of the state.
  • Their northern reaches were apparently just south of central Mount Wedge and Lake Bennett.

northern segment

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  • The northern segment was originally part of SR 267 and was built around 1950.
  • The northern segment of Bays Mountain reaches higher elevations, averaging above with peaks reaching up to .
  • NSB further criticized that trains running on the northern segment did not run the shorter distance to Holmestrand.

much of northern

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  • An equatorial climate characterizes much of northern Brazil.
  • Amazonian marsh rats are found across much of northern South America east of the Andes.
  • Till plains created by the Wisconsin glaciation cover much of northern Ohio (see Glacial till plains (Ohio)).

areas of northern

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  • As in other areas of northern California, the tule fog is a leading cause of road accidents in the winter season.
  • The route continued on, passing through densely populated areas of northern Staten Island as it proceeded eastward.
  • Tundra occurs in the far Northern Hemisphere, north of the taiga belt, including vast areas of northern Russia and Canada.

northern shores

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  • Mangroves cover large sections of the northern shores and southern Saco Bay.
  • Winds were relatively light, with gusts between along the northern shores of Lake Okeechobee.
  • The loch's northern shores are dominated by the mountain ridge of Beinn an Fhogharaidh (616 m).

northern corner

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  • These excavations were mainly concentrated in the northern corner of the settlement.
  • In front of the house, the slope exposes the northern corner more than the southern one.
  • The original studios were located in downtown Reidsville at the northern corner of South Scales and Gilmer Streets.

community in northern

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  • Wabowden Wabowden is a community in northern Manitoba.
  • Pine Springs is an unincorporated community in northern Culberson County, Texas, United States.
  • Elk, Washington Elk is an unincorporated rural community in northern Spokane County, Washington, United States.

extreme northern

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  • Route 207 continues north out of Highgate into the extreme northern reaches of the state.
  • On the extreme northern end of the rupture zone, the surface cracking extended north of Cholame into San Benito County.
  • Southern yellow bat flies far out to sea and they seasonally migrates southward from extreme northern portions of its range.

northern sector

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  • The northern sector contains sub-bituminous coal.
  • One more push might collapse the northern sector.
  • The island stands on the northern sector of the reef atoll.

now northern

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  • The extent of the volcanism has been estimated to of which covered what is now northern and central Brazil.
  • To the east, the Przeworsk culture is connected with the Zarubintsy culture in what is now northern Ukraine and southern Belarus.
  • Leaving Egypt in 331 BC, Alexander marched eastward into Mesopotamia (now northern Iraq) and again defeated Darius, at the Battle of Gaugamela.

northern province

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  • He is a native of La Union, a northern province in the Philippines.
  • Sangaree was born 15 June 1933 in Point Pedro in northern province of Ceylon.
  • Rabbani, son of Muhammed Yousuf, was born in the northern province of Badakhshan.

northern borders

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  • During the 1480s Richard defended the northern borders of England.
  • Before crossing to Asia, Alexander wanted to safeguard his northern borders.
  • It borders the Wakhan strip on its north-west, and China on its northern borders.

northern territories

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  • In June 1655 Swedish forces started to advance across the northern territories of the Commonwealth.
  • Canada's salamanders are found in all ten provinces, but none live in the three northern territories.
  • Following the decline of Angkor, the Khmer abandoned their northern territories, which the Lao then settled.

northern wing

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  • In 1760, the nave was extended with a northern wing.
  • The northern wing was occupied by the Real Audiencia or Supreme Court.
  • The first stage was the construction of the northern wing beginning 1906.

northern coastal

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  • It was based in the region surrounding the northern coastal town of Devonport.
  • He is a partner in Ixsir, a winery in the northern coastal town of Batroun, Lebanon.
  • The film is set in the town of Higuerote in the northern coastal state of Miranda, Venezuela.

area of northern

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  • He commanded "SS Task Force R", which engaged in antipartisan and anti-Jewish actions in the Trieste-Fiume-Udine area of northern Italy.
  • Through Cleveland, the route serves as the main commercial district through the rapidly growing suburban area of northern Johnston County.
  • The area of northern Colorado near and between the cities of Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins is known as the "Napa Valley of Beer" due to its high density of craft breweries.

current northern

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  • In 1983, SC 151 was extended and bypassed east of Pageland, to its current northern terminus.
  • I-80N extended from the current northern interchange with I-29 near Loveland to the I-80 interchange near Neola.
  • In 1949, SC 903 was extended north to its current northern terminus in Lancaster, replacing an old alignment of SC 9.

northern cities

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  • The percentage is greater in northern cities and towns.
  • Photographers documented families across the South and in northern cities.
  • In 1919, Rube Foster organized a number of baseball teams featuring black players in northern cities.

northern stretch

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  • 66 passes through Pulikkal and the northern stretch connects to Goa and Mumbai.
  • 17 passes through Vatakara and the northern stretch connects to Mangalore, Goa and Mumbai.
  • National highway 66 passes through Tanur and the northern stretch connects to Goa and Mumbai.

most of northern

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  • However, from 803 Frankish rule was recognized in most of northern Dalmatia.
  • By 17 July 2012, the MNLA had lost control of most of northern Mali's cities to the Islamists.
  • Electricity for most of northern Illinois is provided by Commonwealth Edison, also known as ComEd.

northern extremity

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  • From this frontier town to the northern extremity of Egypt, the river flows for more than without bar or cataract.
  • Le Braye du Valle was a tidal channel that made the northern extremity of Guernsey, Le Clos du Valle, a tidal island.

northern district

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  • The northern district in contrast is Old 'Eua.
  • The northern district of Quezon City was heavily flooded by the Tullahan River.
  • Balmaclellan is one of four parishes in the northern district of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright.

intersects the northern

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  • The route continues winding its way to the north and intersects the northern terminus of SR 352.
  • Just before entering the city limits, it intersects the northern terminus of SR 80 Alternate (VFW Road).
  • SR 355 splits off to the northeast and intersects the northern terminus of SR 137 Spur (Old Columbus Road).

river in northern

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  • Fan (river) The Fan is a river in northern Albania.
  • Jamni River Jamni River is a river in northern India.
  • Mantua River The Mantua River is a river in northern Cuba.

meets its northern

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  • It curves to the northwest and meets its northern terminus, an intersection with US 27/SR 1.
  • In Chattanooga Valley, SR 341 meets its northern terminus, another intersection with SR 193.
  • It then meets its northern terminus, an intersection with SR 75 (Helen Highway), southeast of Helen.
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