Southerly Southerner

Southern

Meanings and phrases

southern

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

El Nino southern oscillation

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n.
  1. a more intense El Nino that occurs every few years when the welling up of cold nutrient-rich water does not occur; kills plankton and fish and affects weather patterns

Southern Baptist

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n.
  1. a member of the Southern Baptist Convention

Southern Baptist Convention

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n.
  1. an association of Southern Baptists

Southern Cross

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n.
  1. a small conspicuous constellation in the southern hemisphere in the Milky Way near Centaurus; Crux; Crux Australis

Southern Rhodesia

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n.
  1. a landlocked republic in south central Africa formerly called Rhodesia; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1980; Zimbabwe; Republic of Zimbabwe; Rhodesia

Southern Tai

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n.
  1. a branch of the Tai languages

Southern Triangle

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n.
  1. a small bright constellation in the polar region of the southern hemisphere near Circinus and Apus; Triangulum Australe

Southern crab apple

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n.
  1. small tree or shrub of southeastern United States; cultivated as an ornamental for its rose-colored blossoms; flowering crab; Malus angustifolia

Southern dewberry

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n.
  1. of southern North America; Rubus trivialis

southern arrow wood

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n.
  1. deciduous shrub of eastern North America having blue-black berries and tough pliant wood formerly used to make arrows; arrow wood; Viburnum dentatum

southern aster

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n.
  1. a variety of aster

southern beech

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n.
  1. any of various beeches of the southern hemisphere having small usually evergreen leaves; evergreen beech

southern beech fern

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n.
  1. beech fern of North American woodlands having straw-colored stripes; broad beech fern; Phegopteris hexagonoptera; Dryopteris hexagonoptera; Thelypteris hexagonoptera

southern blue flag

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n.
  1. similar to blue flag; the eastern United States; Iris virginica

southern bog lemming

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n.
  1. of low bogs and meadows of northeastern and central United States and southern Canada; Synaptomys cooperi

southern buckthorn

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n.
  1. shrubby thorny deciduous tree of southeastern United States with white flowers and small black drupaceous fruit; shittimwood; shittim; mock orange; Bumelia lycioides

southern cabbage butterfly

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n.
  1. common North American form of cabbage butterfly; Pieris protodice

southern cypress

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n.
  1. common cypress of southeastern United States having trunk expanded at base; found in coastal swamps and flooding river bottoms; bald cypress; swamp cypress; pond bald cypress; Taxodium distichum

southern flounder

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n.
  1. flounder of southern United States; Paralichthys lethostigmus

southern flying squirrel

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n.
  1. small large-eyed nocturnal flying squirrel of eastern United States; Glaucomys volans

southern harebell

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n.
  1. bellflower of southeastern United States (Maryland to Georgia) having pale blue flowers; Campanula divaricata

southern hemisphere

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n.
  1. the hemisphere to the south of the equator
E.g.
  • Easter falls in autumn in the southern hemisphere.
  • The area includes southern hemisphere's largest sound stage.
  • It flowers mainly March to May (in the southern hemisphere).

southern lights

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n.
  1. the aurora of the southern hemisphere; aurora australis

southern live oak

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n.
  1. medium-sized evergreen native to eastern North America to the east coast of Mexico; often cultivated as shade tree for it wide-spreading crown; extremely hard tough durable wood once used in shipbuilding; Quercus virginiana

southern magnolia

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n.
  1. evergreen tree of southern United States having large stiff glossy leaves and huge white sweet-smelling flowers; evergreen magnolia; large-flowering magnolia; bull bay; Magnolia grandiflora

southern maidenhair

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n.
  1. delicate maidenhair fern with slender shining black leaf stalks; cosmopolitan; common maidenhair; Venushair; Venus'-hair fern; Venus maidenhair; Adiantum capillus-veneris

southern porgy

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n.
  1. porgy of southern Atlantic coastal waters of North America; scup; southern scup; Stenotomus aculeatus

southern red cedar

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n.
  1. juniper of swampy coastal regions of southeastern United States; similar to eastern red cedar; Juniperus silicicola

southern red oak

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n.
  1. large round-topped deciduous tree with spreading branches having narrow falcate leaves with deeply sinuate lobes and wood similar to that of northern red oaks; New Jersey to Illinois and southward; swamp red oak; turkey oak; Quercus falcata

southern scup

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n.
  1. porgy of southern Atlantic coastal waters of North America; scup; southern porgy; Stenotomus aculeatus

southern spadefoot

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n.
  1. this spadefoot toad lives in the southwestern United States; Scaphiopus multiplicatus

southern spatterdock

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n.
  1. of flowing waters of the southeastern United States; may form obstructive mats in streams; Nuphar sagittifolium

southern white cedar

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n.
  1. slow-growing medium-sized cedar of east coast of the United States; resembles American arborvitae; coast white cedar; Atlantic white cedar; white cypress; white cedar; Chamaecyparis thyoides

southern yellow pine

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n.
  1. large three-needled pine of southeastern United States having very long needles and gnarled twisted limbs; bark is red-brown deeply ridged; an important timber tree; longleaf pine; pitch pine; Georgia pine; Pinus palustris

southern part

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  • Its large campus is in the southern part of Malatya.
  • On them the southern part of the east wing was built.
  • Low plains stretch across the southern part of Ghana.

southern end

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  • It is located on the southern end of Lake Winnebago.
  • It opens into the McClure Strait at its southern end.
  • At the southern end of the beach is a small harbour .

southern terminus

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  • At the southern terminus is a Diamond interchange.
  • The station is Line 1's southern terminus right now.
  • It is became the southern terminus of the line.

southern side

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  • The main gate is at the southern side of the courtyard.
  • The entrance to the castle was only from the southern side.
  • The southern side of Ramanthali village is called Ettikkulam.

southern portion

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  • Most of the southern portion of the state voted Democratic.
  • The southern portion of Highway 35 is also a RIRO expressway.
  • There is a small wading pool in the southern portion of the park.

southern edge

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  • Rudky Arboretum is on the southern edge of the town.
  • EastLink Trail skirts the southern edge of the park.
  • Linton Zoo is on the southern edge of Linton village.

southern border

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  • It bounds the southern border of the Aegean sea.
  • Ribeira da Trindade forms its southern border.
  • The Mogral River flows on the southern border of Mogral.

along the southern

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  • I-384 continues along the southern part of Manchester.
  • A public footpath runs along the southern end of the site.
  • They live along the southern coastal line of their country.

southern boundary

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  • The southern boundary is the M2 east-west freeway.
  • The southern boundary of Sydenham is Tennyson Street.
  • Its southern boundary varied with each edition.

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.

southern tip

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  • Mount Ernest Ross lies at the southern tip of the lake.
  • The southern tip of the county reaches the Kunlun Mountains.
  • It is located on the southern tip of the island of Tromsøya.

southern half

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  • It is found in the southern half of Australia.
  • the southern half became part of a newly designated M-20.
  • In the southern half of the floor are the craters Diderot and Babakin.

southern coast

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  • Chinese cratons collided with Siberia's southern coast.
  • Aladin was from Jacmel, a city on the southern coast of Haiti.
  • The modern major road runs along the eastern and southern coast.

southern parts

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  • It comprises the southern parts of the municipality Asker.
  • There a slightly less Muslims in the southern parts of Ghana.
  • The southern parts of the country have a Mediterranean climate.

central and southern

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  • They can be found in central and southern India.
  • It is found in central and southern Europe and Russia.
  • It is found in mountains of central and southern Europe.

southern section

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  • There M-94 intersects the southern section of H-01.
  • The southern section of Line 1 (11.1 km) opened on 28 June 2019.
  • The southern section is rainy and cool, the central section is dry.

southern shore

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  • It is situated on the southern shore of Loch Etive.
  • The enemies met on the southern shore of Durbe Lake.
  • The canal extended the southern shore into the Red Sea.

found in southern

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  • It is found in southern Somalia and eastern Kenya.
  • It is found in southern Tanzania, Malawi and Zambia.
  • It is found in southern Nigeria and western Cameroon.

southern and eastern

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  • It is confined to the southern and eastern Altai.
  • It is found in the southern and eastern Philippines.
  • It is found in southern and eastern Nigeria and Cameroon.

southern states

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  • In some southern states, the militia and army served as slave patrols.
  • The town is a major transport nexus between the southern states and Queensland.
  • Subsequent thaws accompanied by heavy rain over the southern states led to flooding.

southern slopes

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  • The southern slopes are steeper than the northern.
  • The steep southern slopes remain largely undeveloped.
  • On the southern slopes of the moor lies Dozmary Pool.

eastern and southern

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  • The more exposed eastern and southern sides featured no towers.
  • The modern major road runs along the eastern and southern coast.
  • Cultivation also spread throughout eastern and southern parts of Africa.

located in southern

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  • Portage la Prairie is located in southern Manitoba.
  • The district is located in southern San Saba County.
  • It was located in southern Sumatra, Indonesia.

near the southern

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  • The family tomb is located near the southern end of the property.
  • It is located near the southern border of Guernsey and Noble counties.
  • On October 3, a tropical storm developed near the southern coast of Cuba.

southern bank

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  • The town stands on the southern bank of the Mat River.
  • The village of Altikon is located on the southern bank of the Thur river.
  • Gravel left the armor behind on the southern bank to provide direct fire support.

department in southern

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  • Aspiran Aspiran is a commune in the Hérault department in southern France.
  • Lévézou The Lévézou is a geographical region in the Aveyron department in southern France.
  • Rennes-les-Bains Rennes-les-Bains () is a commune in the Aude department in southern France.

southern region

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  • Carman was located in the southern region of Manitoba.
  • Today the southern region of the Black Forest is named Breisgau.
  • This was an early attempt to open the southern region to mass tourism.

southern and western

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  • The southern and western flanks consist of large boulder fields.
  • Minimal rainfall occurred on the southern and western coasts of Kauaʻi.
  • On the southern and western edges of this district were five British Army barracks.

southern regions

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  • "B. kewense" is commonly found across the southern regions of the US.
  • Sumi Nagas mostly inhabit the central and southern regions of Nagaland.
  • Adherents of traditional faiths are primarily concentrated in the southern regions.

through the southern

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  • The Tone River flows through the southern part of the town.
  • State Highway 73 runs through the southern part of Sydenham.
  • Interstate 8 passes through the southern part of the Cuyamaca Mountains.

southern suburbs

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  • 187 Brigade then cleared the southern suburbs of Maubeuge.
  • The club was founded in 1946 in the southern suburbs of Dublin.
  • SH 29 now follows this route through Tauranga's southern suburbs.

western and southern

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  • It is found in western and southern Europe, as well as North America.
  • It consists of the western and southern districts of the former province.
  • The western and southern margins of the CDP are within Acadia National Park.

region of southern

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  • The town is a centre for the largely agricultural region of southern Oldenburg.
  • Both the Huwala and the Achomi lived in the subtropical region of southern Iran.
  • Lídia Jorge was born in the village of Boliqueime in the Algarve region of southern Portugal in 1946.

southern flank

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  • There is also a large glacier on its southern flank.
  • On its southern flank is the rock formation of "Habichtstein" ().
  • A counter-attack by the 149th Brigade restored the southern flank.

southern state

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  • Dodawad Dodawad is a southern state of Karnataka, India.
  • Sampagaon is a village in the southern state of Karnataka, India.
  • Shedbal Shedbal is a town in the southern state of Karnataka, India.

native to southern

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  • It is a tree up to tall native to southern and eastern China.
  • The genus contains only two known species native to southern Brazil and Uruguay.
  • "Lithops" are native to southern Africa and known for their stone-like appearance.

southern and central

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  • It is found in most of southern and central Europe.
  • It is native to the southern and central Alps.

across southern

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  • Several schools were closed across southern Florida.
  • It operates principally across southern England.
  • Mackenzie helped construct many courthouses and jails across southern Ontario.

southern area

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  • The southern area is always threatened by flood.
  • It located in the southern area of the parish.
  • The seat lost a broad southern area for an eastern gain in 1918.

southern wall

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  • The gravestone lies on the southern wall of the church.
  • "The southern wall of the stadium."
  • The ARVN 3rd Regiment launched a night attack along the southern wall of the Citadel.

parts of southern

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  • It also runs through parts of southern Quebec.
  • M. macrophyllum has also been located in parts of southern Mexico.
  • Summers are, however, not as warm as in other parts of southern England.

southern areas

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  • Finally the Catholic southern areas showed religious declines.
  • The forts protected the border between ancient Egypt and the southern areas.
  • The southern areas became part of German offices for the United Nations in 2008.

forms the southern

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  • The Júcar forms the southern boundary of Tarazona de la Mancha.
  • It sits on a spit of land that forms the southern entrance to the Étang de Diane.
  • Today, most of the old 5th District's territory forms the southern third of the 3rd District.

southern provinces

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  • Damage was confined to the six southern provinces facing the Andaman Sea.
  • The southern provinces of Moldavia and Wallachia were infested with plague.
  • Taiga covers most of Finland from northern regions of southern provinces to the north of Lapland.

across the southern

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  • Low plains stretch across the southern part of Ghana.
  • State Highway 1 cuts across the southern end of the runway.
  • The smaller crater Xenophon is centered across the southern rim.

off the southern

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  • The Persians finally arrived off the southern tip of Euboea, at Karystos.
  • By her wish, a large park was established off the southern side of the palace.
  • Glover Island, Grenada Glover Island is a small islet off the southern peninsula of Grenada.

southern entrance

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  • Until 2003 this station only had a southern entrance.
  • The southern entrance is located in a bus loop.
  • Next to the southern entrance was a well and an oven.

southern slope

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  • The city itself was located on a more gentle southern slope.
  • Below it, on the southern slope of the hill, is the Ljubljana Zoo.
  • Ambrož pod Krvavcem is a scattered settlement on the southern slope of Mount Krvavec ().

other southern

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  • The ICTY called upon other southern European states to follow Croatia's good example.
  • Its fruits are edible and are grazed by tortoises and other southern African animals.

through southern

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  • It was created to advance north-westward through southern Bosnia.
  • It runs through southern Benguet, from the City of Baguio to Itogon.
  • It ranges from the Pyrenees through southern Europe to the Balkan Peninsula.

southern extension

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  • The southern extension ran to the Limmen Bight River.
  • was redesignated as a southern extension of US 441 Bus.
  • Their southern extension ran to the vicinity of present day Dubbo.

southern constellation

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  • HD 57821 HD 57821 is a single star in the southern constellation of Canis Major.
  • HD 56618 HD 56618 is a single star in the southern constellation of Canis Major.
  • HD 56577 HD 56577 is a single star in the southern constellation of Canis Major.

region in southern

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  • Wititi is a native Peruvian folk dance Tapay district, Province of Caylloma, Arequipa region in southern Peru.
  • Minerve, Hérault Minerve () is a commune in the Hérault department in the Occitanie region in southern France.
  • The resulting mural was a gift to the people of that region in southern Chile who had suffered a major earthquake in 1960.

southern portions

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  • The central and southern portions of the country had Chibcha influences.
  • The southern portions, south of Conshohocken State Road, are relatively flat.

southern city

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  • Four towns near the southern city of Ras Kamboni were targeted by an AC-130 gunship.
  • In 1975 she spent a year of social work in the southern city of Mitzpe Ramon in Israel.
  • He was born in the southern city of Ibusuki, in the southern-most prefecture of Kyushu.

southern outskirts

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  • It is located on the southern outskirts of the town centre.
  • It lies in the southern outskirts of the city, south of the Al Sabeen Maternal Hospital.
  • It is situated within the Rudding Park estate at Follifoot on the southern outskirts of Harrogate.

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.

around the southern

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  • The Northcote electorate is based around the southern and western suburbs of Auckland's North Shore.
  • Initially, it headed just north of due west around the southern periphery of a large subtropical ridge.
  • On December 11, Madi's LLCC became clearly exposed after dry air wrapped around the southern part of the system.

extreme southern

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  • It is located in the southwestern and extreme southern part of the island.
  • Alabama has coastline at the Gulf of Mexico, in the extreme southern edge of the state.
  • The dhole might still be present in the Tunkinsky National Park in extreme southern Siberia near Lake Baikal.

southern limit

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  • 1935–1939: Goole to some French Ports with southern limit at Bordeaux.
  • The islands used to be a low sandy peninsula forming the southern limit of the bay.
  • The southern limit of the phenomenon runs through Uppland, Västmanland, and Värmland.

endemic to southern

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  • The species is endemic to southern Pakistan.
  • The species is endemic to southern Vietnam.
  • The species is endemic to southern Iran.

town in southern

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  • Njombe Njombe is a town in southern Tanzania.
  • Šeštokai Šeštokai is a small town in southern Lithuania.
  • Jordan was born in Ellwangen, a small town in southern Germany.

southern route

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  • In the morning of 24 August, Ross made a feint on the southern route, before suddenly swerving northwards towards Bladensburg.
  • One southern route of the Silk Road ran along part of the Amu Darya northwestward from Termez before going westwards to the Caspian Sea.
  • Taking a southern route, it passes the hamlet of Le Tot then flows through the commune of Anceaumeville, meeting the Cailly River at Montville.

southern suburb

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  • Thorpe Lea can be considered the southern suburb of Egham.
  • Schuur grew up in Auburn, Washington, a southern suburb of Seattle.
  • It is crossed by the Plisa river and has a little lake in its southern suburb.

throughout southern

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  • It is found throughout southern Africa.
  • During his travels throughout southern Africa, he collected photographs and data on the major vegetation types of the region.
  • The owners and trainers of the gym take young boxers to amateur fights throughout southern California to compete against similar gyms.

now southern

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  • As of 1958, Floyd had recently moved from "south Peel" (now southern Mississauga) to Oakville.
  • Count of Foix The Count of Foix ruled the independent County of Foix, in what is now southern France, during the Middle Ages.
  • In 1937, Benjamin Mazar revealed at Beit She'arim a system of tombs belonging to the Jews of Ḥimyar (now southern Yemen) dating back to the 3rd century CE.

most southern

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  • Of great beauty, these are considered the most southern of Spain.
  • Small Vraca is one of the most southern peaks of the Šar Mountains.
  • "E. d. couesi" is the most southern ranging from northern Mexico to Colorado.

southern branch

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  • There are some special features on the southern branch.
  • The leader of the southern branch is 孔祥楷 Kong Xiangkai.
  • Simalungun is an early offspring of the southern branch.

coast of southern

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  • She sank three ships in the vicinity of East London and a fourth off the coast of southern Namibia.
  • Chemainus Chemainus is a community in the Chemainus Valley on the east coast of southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
  • The Canary Islands form an archipelago in the Atlantic, at closest off the coast of southern Morocco, and flight distance from Madrid.

southern coastal

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  • They live along the southern coastal line of their country.
  • The southern coastal plains and the Cibao Valley are the most densely populated areas of the country.
  • He landed with 120 ships and occupied the southern coastal plain, but was defeated by Pisan and Genoese forces from Italy.

southern shores

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  • Iloilo City is located in the southern shores of Panay Island.
  • The route can be used to access the southern shores of Carters Lake.
  • Extensive exposed mudflats fringe the western and southern shores at low tide.

invasion of southern

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  • There, the ship joined the forces gathering for the invasion of southern France named Operation Dragoon.
  • It knocked out coastal defenses to clear the way for Operation Dragoon, the invasion of southern France in September.
  • As a result, she was scuttled on 19 August 1944 following the Allied invasion of southern France (Operation Dragoon).

far southern

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  • It is indigenous to the coastal rocks, dunes and plains along the far southern coast of South Africa.
  • The Chinese astronomer Yi Xing had journeyed south to chart Canopus and other far southern stars in 724 AD.
  • Waiōhinu is at the far southern tip of the island of Hawaii, on Hawaii Route 11, which is part of the Hawaii Belt Road.

southern wing

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  • They set fire to the southern wing first.
  • The southern wing building became the Sydney Mint, among other functions.
  • Arlington House rose on the site—the location of the southern wing of today's palace—the next year.

southern rock

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  • Motortrain Motortrain is an American southern rock band, formed in 2010 in Westville, Oklahoma.
  • It shows Upchurch focusing on hard rock and southern rock rather than the country or rap songs he is normally known for.
  • "Got No Shame" features a mixture of hard rock and southern rock with harmonica throughout the song, which was played by Topper Price.

between the southern

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  • It operates between the southern Bergen and northeastern Kirkenes.
  • The town is a major transport nexus between the southern states and Queensland.
  • The Huerta de la Alcurnia was on the river bank between the southern city walls and the Tagus River.

southern borders

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  • Its southern borders were as far as Botany Bay and the Georges River.
  • On 5 November 1918, the Serbian army, with the help of the French army, crossed southern borders.
  • The Hammer Creek is mapped from the southern borders of Dauphin and Lebanon Counties to the northeast to the Schuylkill River.

much of southern

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  • The event was visible in much of southern Asia and the Middle East.
  • Cromwell's army then took Edinburgh, and by the end of the year his army had occupied much of southern Scotland.
  • Tropical rainforests stretch across much of southern Asia and coniferous and deciduous forests lie farther north.

southern division

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  • Only the second league was split into a northern and a southern division, of 10 teams each.
  • From 1951 to 1964 it served as the headquarters of the southern division of United States Steel.
  • Imbrie was next posted to Crimea, where the southern division of the White Army was active; however, when he arrived in December, 1920, he found it, too, had collapsed.

southern sector

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  • The coals of the southern sector, i.e.
  • The canal construction in the southern sector was completed by 1656.
  • The southern sector was assaulted by the 1st and 8th Bavarian Reserve divisions.

areas of southern

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  • The people of Tsepelovo used to emigrate within Greece to Macedonia, Thrace and to areas of southern Greece.
  • It is found in the coastal areas of southern Western Australia, southern Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria.
  • It is one of the Greek-Bovesian speaking villages of Bovesia, one of the two Griko-speaking areas of southern Italy.

southern province

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  • In 2000 he became mayor of the city of Heerlen, in the southern province of Limburg.
  • The 400 kilometer railway would pass through Armenia's mountainous southern province of Syunik, which borders Iran.
  • Twin Bracelets takes place in Hui An, a remote coastal village of Fujian (a southern province of the People's Republic of China).

village in southern

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  • Son of C. Hlunthuama, Silvera was born in Muallianpui village in southern Mizoram.
  • Brist Brist is a village in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, population 400 (census 2011).
  • Rogotin Rogotin is a village in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, located between Ploče and Metković.

southern front

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  • The southern front is in Yanina, which is in a bad position.
  • Unkerlanters push into Algarve, first on the southern front then the northern.
  • Algarvians develop the superstick, first using it on Unkerlanters on the southern front.

southern corner

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  • Sequoia Hall is located on the southern corner of the campus.
  • On October 9, 2015, Sports Authority opened a anchor store on the southern corner.
  • The arcades connect the main building with a single minaret in the southern corner.

off southern

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  • This marine species occurs off southern California, USA.
  • The northernmost capture of the barcheek trevally was reported off southern Japan.
  • An unusual male with eight ocellae was caught off Tunisia, and another with nine off southern France.

area of southern

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  • This contributes to the diversity and richness of this area of southern Britain.
  • In November 1879, he emigrated to the Turtle Mountain area of southern Manitoba.
  • The former Franklin School is set on the east side of Stedman Road, a short road in a residential area of southern Lexington.

southern segment

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  • Its southern segment is relatively low in elevation (up to about ).
  • Around 150 Ma sea-floor spreading propagated northward into the southern segment.
  • The mountain is on the southern segment of the Wasatch Range, though it is not connected to the main range.

southern rim

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  • Along the crest of the southern rim is a linear ridge.
  • Nearly attached to the southern rim is the crater Back.
  • The southern rim is overlaid by the smaller crater Perkin.

southern stretch

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  • The southern stretch connects to Cochin and Trivandrum.

community in southern

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  • Sejita, Texas Sejita is an unincorporated community in southern Duval County, Texas, United States.
  • Ramirez, Texas Ramirez is an unincorporated community in southern Duval County, Texas, United States.
  • Bluff Springs, Texas Bluff Springs is a small unincorporated community in southern Travis County, Texas, United States.

more southern

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  • It is similar to the species "Umbilicaria americana", which has a more southern distribution.
  • The more southern of the two is almost totally ruined, probably as a result of Ibrahim Pasha's destruction.
  • Coastal Connecticut is the broad transition zone where more southern and subtropical plants are cultivated.

southern sides

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  • The more exposed eastern and southern sides featured no towers.
  • On the eastern and southern sides of the lake, native plants have been planted.
  • On its northern and southern sides it is flanked by pavilions for the theatre and restaurant.

found from southern

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  • It is found from southern Canada to southern Texas.
  • It is found from southern Mexico to Brazil.
  • It is found from southern Mexico through Brazil and Peru.

current southern

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  • It serves as the current southern terminus of the line.
  • By 1999, the road was extended to its current southern terminus.
  • From Roaring Spring to the current southern terminus, it was designated as PA 426.

southern extremity

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  • It is one of the highland towns forming the southern extremity of Laguna.
  • It comes to a point at its southern extremity, near Newton Abbot Racecourse.
  • Mikhaylov Point is a small promontory marking the island's southern extremity.

southern group

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  • FC Nürnberg, the second of the southern group of the second division.
  • The "Hervey Islands" later came to be applied to the entire southern group.
  • Tibetan red deer, along with Sichuan deer and Kansu red deer, forms the southern group of wapiti.

southern third

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  • In the southern third of the plateau are underlying Triassic sediments of the Lorne basin.
  • Today, most of the old 5th District's territory forms the southern third of the 3rd District.
  • Most of US 460 is a four-lane divided highway and is a major artery in the southern third of the state.

part of southern

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  • Meanwhile, in the unoccupied part of southern Bukovina, an armed resistance group was formed under the command of Colonel Eduard Fischer.
  • Diuris callitrophila Diuris callitrophila, commonly known as the Oaklands doubletail or Oaklands diuris, is a species of orchid which is endemic to a small part of southern New South Wales.
  • Khlong Saen Saep was dug during the reign of King Rama III as the main supply route for troops fighting in what is now Cambodia and part of southern Vietnam in the 14 year-long Siamese-Vietnamese wars.
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