Westerly Westerner

Western

Meanings and phrases

Western

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a film about life in the western United States during the period of exploration and development; horse opera

western

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adj.
  1. relating to or characteristic of the western parts of the world or the West as opposed to the eastern or oriental parts
  2. of or characteristic of regions of the United States west of the Mississippi River
  3. lying toward or situated in the west
  4. of wind; from the west; westerly

western

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a sandwich made from a western omelet; western sandwich

Western Australia

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a state containing the western third of Australia

Western Australia coral pea

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n.
  1. vigorous climber of the forests of western Australia; grown for their dense racemes of attractive bright rose-purple flowers; Hardenbergia comnptoniana

Western Church

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n.
  1. the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy; Roman Catholic; Roman Catholic Church; Church of Rome; Roman Church

Western Empire

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n.
  1. the western part after the Roman Empire was divided in 395; it lasted only until 476; Western Roman Empire

Western Islands

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n.
  1. a group of more than 500 islands off the western coast of Scotland; Hebrides; Hebridean Islands; Hebridean Isles; Western Isles

Western Isles

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n.
  1. a group of more than 500 islands off the western coast of Scotland; Hebrides; Hebridean Islands; Hebridean Isles; Western Islands

Western Malayo-Polynesian

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n.
  1. a western subfamily of Malayo-Polynesian languages

Western Roman Empire

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n.
  1. the western part after the Roman Empire was divided in 395; it lasted only until 476; Western Empire

Western Sahara

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n.
  1. an area in northwestern Africa with rich phosphate deposits; under Moroccan control since 1992; Spanish Sahara

Western Samoa

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n.
  1. a constitutional monarchy on the western part of the islands of Samoa in the South Pacific; Samoa; Independent State of Samoa; Samoa i Sisifo

Western Samoan monetary unit

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n.
  1. monetary unit in Western Samoa

Western ax

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n.
  1. an ax that has cutting edges on both sides of the head; double-bitted ax; double-bitted axe; Western axe

Western axe

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n.
  1. an ax that has cutting edges on both sides of the head; double-bitted ax; double-bitted axe; Western ax

Western balsam poplar

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n.
  1. cottonwood of western North America with dark green leaves shining above and rusty or silvery beneath; black cottonwood; Populus trichocarpa

Western birch

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n.
  1. birch of western United States resembling the paper birch but having brownish bark; swamp birch; water birch; mountain birch; Western paper birch; Betula fontinalis

Western box turtle

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. primarily a prairie turtle of western United States and northern Mexico; Terrapene ornata

Western civilization

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n.
  1. the modern culture of western Europe and North America; Western culture

Western culture

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n.
  1. the modern culture of western Europe and North America; Western civilization

Western diamondback

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. largest and most dangerous North American snake; of southwestern United States and Mexico; Western diamondback rattlesnake; Crotalus atrox
n.
  1. largest and most dangerous North American snake; of southwestern United States and Mexico; Western diamondback; Crotalus atrox

Western honey mesquite

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n.
  1. thorny deep-rooted drought-resistant shrub native to southwestern United States and Mexico bearing pods rich in sugar and important as livestock feed; tends to form extensive thickets; honey mesquite; Prosopis glandulosa

Western mountain ash

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an ash of the western coast of North America; Sorbus sitchensis

Western paper birch

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. birch of western United States resembling the paper birch but having brownish bark; swamp birch; water birch; mountain birch; Western birch; Betula fontinalis

Western pasqueflower

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. of western North America; Pulsatilla occidentalis; Anemone occidentalis

Western rattlesnake

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n.
  1. widely distributed between the Mississippi and the Rockies; prairie rattlesnake; prairie rattler; Crotalus viridis

Western ribbon snake

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n.
  1. yellow- or reddish-striped snake of temperate woodlands and grasslands to tropics; Thamnophis proximus

Western saddle

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n.
  1. an ornamented saddle used by cowboys; has a high horn to hold the lariat; stock saddle

Western sand cherry

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n.
  1. dwarf ornamental shrub of western United States having large black to red and yellow sweet edible fruit; Rocky Mountains cherry; Prunus besseyi

Western silvery aster

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a variety of aster

capital of Western Samoa

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the capital of Western Samoa; Apia

country and western

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a simple style of folk music heard mostly in the southern United States; usually played on stringed instruments; country music; C and W
E.g.
  • In Buffalo, Brooks performed with a country and western vocal group known as the Hi-Hatters.
  • In 1975, Tan flew to Nashville, Tennessee, United States, where the country and western action was.
  • After going solo, Head landed several hits on the country and western charts between 1975 and 1985.

spaghetti Western

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a low-budget Western movie produced by a European (especially an Italian) film company

western United States

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n.
  1. the region of the United States lying to the west of the Mississippi River; West

western big-eared bat

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n.
  1. bat of western North America having extremely large ears; Plecotus townsendi

western black-legged tick

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n.
  1. a tick that feeds on dusky-footed wood rat and bites humans; principal vector for Lyme disease in western United States especially northern California; Ixodes pacificus

western blackberry

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n.
  1. American blackberry with oblong black fruit; western dewberry; Rubus ursinus

western blind snake

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n.
  1. burrows among roots of shrubs and beneath rocks in desert and rocky hillside areas and beach sand of western United States; Leptotyphlops humilis

western buttercup

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n.
  1. perennial of western North America; Ranunculus occidentalis

western chimpanzee

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n.
  1. masked or pale-faced chimpanzees of western Africa; distantly related to the eastern and central chimpanzees; possibly a distinct species; Pan troglodytes verus

western chokecherry

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n.
  1. chokecherry of western United States; Prunus virginiana demissa; Prunus demissa

western coral snake

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. ranges from Central America to southwestern United States; Micruroides euryxanthus

western crab apple

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n.
  1. wild crab apple of western United States with fragrant pink flowers; Iowa crab; Iowa crab apple; prairie crab; Malus ioensis

western dewberry

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n.
  1. American blackberry with oblong black fruit; western blackberry; Rubus ursinus

western fence lizard

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n.
  1. common western lizard; seen on logs or rocks; swift; blue-belly; Sceloporus occidentalis

western gray squirrel

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n.
  1. large grey squirrel of far western areas of United States; western grey squirrel; Sciurus griseus

western grey squirrel

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n.
  1. large grey squirrel of far western areas of United States; western gray squirrel; Sciurus griseus

western hemisphere

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n.
  1. the hemisphere that includes North America and South America; occident; New World
E.g.
  • Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the western hemisphere (only Haiti is poorer).
  • The words of the diploma ran: "Proclamation, to let all the people of the western hemisphere know".
  • The letter was used in the western hemisphere to study how strong bonds women formed influenced them.

western hemlock

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. tall evergreen of western North America; commercially important timber tree; Pacific hemlock; west coast hemlock; Tsuga heterophylla

western holly fern

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n.
  1. North American fern; Polystichum scopulinum

western kingbird

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a kingbird seen in western United States; head and back are pale grey and the breast is yellowish and the tail is black; Arkansas kingbird

western ladies ' tresses

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. similar to Spiranthes romanzoffiana;States; Spiranthes porrifolia

western larch

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n.
  1. tall larch of western North America have pale green sharply pointed leaves and oblong cones; an important timber tree; western tamarack; Oregon larch; Larix occidentalis

western lowland gorilla

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n.
  1. a kind of gorilla; Gorilla gorilla gorilla

western meadowlark

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a meadowlark of western North America; Sturnella neglecta

western mugwort

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n.
  1. perennial cottony-white herb of southwestern United States; white sage; cudweed; prairie sage; Artemisia ludoviciana; Artemisia gnaphalodes
n.
  1. small secretive toad with smooth tough skin of central and western North America; Gastrophryne olivacea

western omelet

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a firm omelet that has diced ham and peppers and onions

western pipistrel

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n.
  1. of western North America; SPipistrellus hesperus

western poison oak

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n.
  1. poisonous shrub of the Pacific coast of North America that causes a rash on contact; Toxicodendron diversilobum; Rhus diversiloba

western poppy

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n.
  1. showy annual of California with red flowers; Papaver californicum

western prince 's pine

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n.
  1. Eurasian herb with white or pinkish flowers in a terminal corymb; love-in-winter; Chimaphila umbellata; Chimaphila corymbosa

western ragweed

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n.
  1. coarse perennial ragweed with creeping roots of dry barren lands of southwestern United States and Mexico; perennial ragweed; Ambrosia psilostachya

western red cedar

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. large valuable arborvitae of northwestern United States; red cedar; canoe cedar; Thuja plicata

western red-backed salamander

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n.
  1. salamander of the Pacific coast of North America; Plethodon vehiculum

western redbud

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n.
  1. shrub of western United States having pink or crimson flowers; often forms thickets; California redbud; Cercis occidentalis

western sandwich

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n.
  1. a sandwich made from a western omelet; western

western saxifrage

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n.
  1. saxifrage having loose clusters of white flowers on hairy stems growing from a cluster of basal leaves; moist slopes of western North America; Saxifraga occidentalis

western skink

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n.
  1. found in western North American grasslands and open woodlands; Eumeces skiltonianus

western spadefoot

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. this spadefoot toad live in California; Scaphiopus hammondii

western tamarack

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. tall larch of western North America have pale green sharply pointed leaves and oblong cones; an important timber tree; western larch; Oregon larch; Larix occidentalis

western tanager

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. of western North America; male is black and yellow and orange-red; Piranga ludoviciana

western toad

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. of a great variety of habitats from southern Alaska to Baja California west of the Rockies; Bufo boreas

western wall flower

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n.
  1. biennial or short-lived perennial prairie rocket having orange-yellow flowers; western North America to Minnesota and Kansas; sometimes placed in genus Cheiranthus; Erysimum asperum; Cheiranthus asperus; Erysimum arkansanum

western wheatgrass

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n.
  1. valuable forage grass of western United States; bluestem wheatgrass; Agropyron smithii

western whiptail

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. active lizard having a network of dusky dark markings; of semiarid areas from Oregon and Idaho to Baja California; Cnemidophorus tigris

western white pine

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n.
  1. tall pine of western North America with stout blue-green needles; bark is grey-brown with rectangular plates when mature; silver pine; mountain pine; Pinus monticola

western wood pewee

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. small flycatcher of western North America; Contopus sordidulus

western yellow pine

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n.
  1. common and widely distributed tall timber pine of western North America having dark green needles in bunches of 2 to 5 and thick bark with dark brown plates when mature; ponderosa; ponderosa pine; bull pine; Pinus ponderosa

western yew

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. small or medium irregularly branched tree of the Pacific coast of North America; yields fine hard close-grained wood; Pacific yew; California yew; Taxus brevifolia

western part

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E.g.
  • Vodotočnik Pasture is situated in the western part.
  • In 1886, the western part of the town burnt down.
  • It is situated in the western part of Chennai.

western side

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E.g.
  • The western side of the tower is a steep cliff.
  • On the western side of this floor was a library room.
  • It runs around the western side of the Bedford Basin.

western end

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E.g.
  • The western end of La Braye is now Le Grand Havre.
  • These restaurants remain open in the western end.

western terminus

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E.g.
  • Its original western terminus was in Bonners Ferry.
  • Its western terminus is at U.S. Route 52 in Ironton.
  • Soon, it has its western terminus at SR 4.

western edge

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E.g.
  • There is a BMX track on the western edge of the site.
  • The college is situated on the western edge of Ghazipur.
  • Garden of the Gods is on Colorado Springs's western edge.

along the western

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E.g.
  • Ruins were situated along the western banks of the spring.
  • The river Seille runs along the western side of the commune.
  • The Hutt River Trail runs along the western edge of the park.

western border

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E.g.
  • The county shares its western border with Wales.
  • The western border connects to the district of Sülldorf.
  • The western border was changed as follows.

western boundary

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E.g.
  • Highway 102 forms this western boundary with one exception.
  • The River Swilgate forms the western boundary of the parish.
  • Its western boundary is at McCowan Road.

western portion

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E.g.
  • It covers the western portion of Nias Island.
  • 7 had the shortest distance to span on the western portion.
  • The Bulloo River flows through the western portion of the station.

western coast

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E.g.
  • Baku is situated on the western coast of Caspian Sea.
  • Pentos is a major trading port on a bay of the western coast.
  • It is close to the western coast of the district of Knapdale.

western half

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E.g.
  • The reef's islet is in the western half.
  • The western half remained vacant.
  • The eastern half of the beach is much more narrow than the western half.

eastern and western

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E.g.
  • There are two other gates on the eastern and western sides.
  • The eastern and western facades are decorated with wall setbacks.
  • The eastern and western craters are and in diameter, respectively.

western shore

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E.g.
  • The on the western shore were developed by N.W.
  • The cabin is adjacent to the western shore of Quartz Lake.
  • The station lies on the western shore of the Pasvikelva river.

western parts

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E.g.
  • It is most often seen in the western parts of the city.
  • Temperatures average in the western parts of this region.
  • The Red Guards lost the western parts of the town between 4 and 5 April.

northern and western

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E.g.
  • 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.

western suburbs

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E.g.
  • The western suburbs of the old city have not been reconstructed.
  • The electorate was in the western suburbs of Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Furolo was born in Sydney, and grew up in its outer western suburbs.

western section

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E.g.
  • The riding is located in the western section of Winnipeg.
  • The class were therefore numbered in the western section sequence 950–957.
  • Its western section is also called the "Horlofftalbahn" (Horloff Valley Railway).

western film

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E.g.
  • She starred in the western film "The Ballad of Josie" (1967).
  • The "Variety" staff wrote, ""Pursued" is potent frontier days western film fare.
  • North of the Border (film) North of the Border is a 1946 American western film.

western bank

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E.g.
  • It is Located on the western bank of Zheng River.
  • The West Loop lies along the western bank of the Chicago River.
  • It lies on the western bank of Loch Awe and has a population of around 70.

southern and western

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E.g.
  • 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.

western slopes

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E.g.
  • It is located on the western slopes of the Monte Taburno.
  • Its western slopes belong to Stallwang.
  • It is situated on the western slopes of the mountainous area.

western and eastern

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E.g.
  • India retaliated in both the western and eastern fronts.
  • It has a western and eastern stand.
  • Glacial cirques are found on Sara Sara's western and eastern flanks.

located in western

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E.g.
  • It is located in western Falls County.
  • Hvanneyri Hvanneyri is a small settlement located in western Iceland.
  • Yagüez River The Yagüez River () is a river located in western Puerto Rico.

central and western

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E.g.
  • It is found in Ethiopia, central and western Kenya and central Tanzania.
  • The most important species in central and western Europe are beech and oak.
  • Much of the central and western portions of that seceded state had been recovered.

western and central

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E.g.
  • It is endemic to western and central China.
  • It is native to the tropical western and central Pacific Ocean.
  • It is found in western and central Europe, including Ireland and the UK.

western and southern

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E.g.
  • 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.

south western

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E.g.
  • It can be found in North Africa and south western Europe.
  • The south western part is surrounded by the Machagaon Canal.
  • The bridge spans over the south western arm of Taiping Lake.

through the western

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E.g.
  • The Bulloo River flows through the western portion of the station.
  • The Montenegro Fault runs through the western slope of the Central Ranges.
  • Hill Street was eventually cut through the western portion of the large block.

north western

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E.g.
  • Wythburndale marks the north western boundary of the fell, flowing to Thirlmere.
  • Pewit Island is a small island located in the north western section of Portsmouth Harbour.
  • Cala Bassa Cala Bassa is a beach the north western seaboard of the Spanish island of Ibiza.

western world

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E.g.
  • Museum Ludwig held her first retrospective in the western world in 1990.
  • The struggles for power between kings and popes shaped the western world.
  • ... Australians do work the longest hours of any country in the western world.

near the western

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E.g.
  • The Tiber flows near the western side of the mountain.
  • The main entrance is near the western end of the north wall.
  • The town of Poronaysk is located near the western mouth of the river.

found in western

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E.g.
  • It is found in western and south-western Tanzania.
  • It is found in western Uganda and north-western Tanzania.

native to western

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E.g.
  • It is native to western South America.
  • It is native to western Asia and southeastern Europe and widely introduced elsewhere.
  • The species in this genus are native to western North America and southwestern South America.

western region

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E.g.
  • In fact it is a growing city in the western region of Nepal.
  • Shirgaon beach is the most safest beach in western region of Maharashtra.
  • Since then, he has bowled thirty-six 300 games and won seven western region titles.

western countries

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E.g.
  • Most western countries have representative systems.
  • The gender gap also exists in other western countries.
  • Today, the BDSM culture exists in most western countries.

western slope

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E.g.
  • It is located on Vovcha River on a western slope of the Donets Ridge.
  • The Montenegro Fault runs through the western slope of the Central Ranges.
  • Altomira lies on the western slope of the Taygetus mountains, 7 km from the sea.

western series

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E.g.
  • He began directing TV western series in the early 1950s.
  • He appeared in 1965 in Chuck Connors' NBC western series "Branded".
  • In 1976, he appeared in an episode of the CBS western series "Sara".

western and northern

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E.g.
  • 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.

western film directed

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E.g.
  • Range Law (1944 film) Range Law is a 1944 American western film directed by Lambert Hillyer.
  • California (1977 film) California is a 1977 Italo-Spanish spaghetti western film directed by Michele Lupo.
  • is a 1928 American western film directed by Eugene Forde and starring Tom Mix, Caryl Lincoln and Jack Baston.

far western

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E.g.
  • It is found in far western Brazil and southeastern Peru.
  • The far western regions of the archipelago are where the dragons live.
  • Scottsdale is located in the far western portion of Ashburn in Chicago.

western states

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E.g.
  • The group flew routine tactical airlift missions in the western states.
  • It led to the developing western states and linked with Mississippi River traffic.
  • In 1975, a tour of the western states included "Seven Keys to Baldpate" by George M. Cohan.

western wall

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E.g.
  • Its western wall was pulled down in the 19th century.
  • Its western wall conventionally faces west towards Mecca.
  • The scarp forms the western wall of a narrow and long valley.

region in western

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E.g.
  • Kulikoro Dineja) is a region in western Mali.
  • Nesmy Nesmy is a commune in the Vendée department in the Pays de la Loire region in western France.
  • Trenta, Bovec Trenta () is a settlement in the Municipality of Bovec in the traditional Gorizia region in western Slovenia.

other western

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E.g.
  • The gender gap also exists in other western countries.
  • Much work is needed to avoid huge problems in the UK and other western economies.
  • Within five years, Japan had signed similar treaties with other western countries.

western flank

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E.g.
  • The western flank was added later.
  • He made use of the extensive British minefields to shield his western flank.
  • The Northern Motorway, part of State Highway 1 winds north around the hill's western flank.

western regions

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E.g.
  • The far western regions of the archipelago are where the dragons live.
  • The highway runs northwest-southeast in the western regions of the Mexican Plateau.
  • The French-speaking regions of the southern and western regions are largely Catholic.

forms the western

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E.g.
  • The River Swilgate forms the western boundary of the parish.
  • The scarp forms the western wall of a narrow and long valley.
  • Tawa Reservoir forms the western boundary of Satpura National Park and Bori Wildlife Sanctuary.

department in western

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E.g.
  • Saint-Christophe-sur-Roc Saint-Christophe-sur-Roc is a commune in the Deux-Sèvres department in western France.
  • Noyant-la-Gravoyère Noyant-la-Gravoyère is a former commune in the Maine-et-Loire department in western France.

western frontier

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E.g.
  • Their western frontier was at Garah.
  • After the war, Adams served on the western frontier, primarily in California.
  • Hadira, opposite Goalpara, now became the Ahom kingdom’s western frontier outpost.

western outskirts

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E.g.
  • It is situated on the western outskirts of Chania.
  • The new railway linked Moscow with the western outskirts of Imperial Russia.
  • It lies in Chandragiri, western outskirts of Kathmandu from where Gorkha can be seen.

off the western

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E.g.
  • It is a part of, and lies off the western shore of mainland Skagit County.
  • A tropical wave emerged off the western coast of Africa into the Atlantic Ocean on August 16.
  • Thérèse Island Thérèse Island is a small island off the western coast of Mahé in the Seychelles.

western music

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E.g.
  • Maverick features western music, contributing to the western theme.
  • By 1970, the station was airing a pure country & western music format.
  • Awaz performs of western music and classical eastern traditional music.

western entrance

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E.g.
  • His post was in the western entrance to the pass.
  • The western entrance to the Behm Canal also lies nearby.
  • It stands at what was for many years the western entrance to the city.

western provinces

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E.g.
  • 200,000 could flee to the more western provinces of Germany on land (most before March, 1945).
  • In 340, his brothers Constantine and Constans clashed over the western provinces of the empire.
  • In recent years, farmers in the southern and western provinces have also began cultivating pistachios.

western front

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  • The main entrance is on the western front of the tower.
  • He served in the French Army in World War I on the western front.
  • His most important contribution in the war was at the western front of Deothal.

western central

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  • It was described by Monné in 1988, and is known from western central Brazil.
  • However, a recent taxonomic study revealed that the western central Pacific populations were a separate species.
  • "L. boschmai" are restricted to the western central pacific and are found in the Arafura Sea near Merauke, and Indonesia.

western areas

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  • Some Khitans migrated into western areas even before.
  • In general, the western areas became more developed than the eastern.
  • Hardenhuish would serve the northern and western areas of Chippenham and adjacent villages.

western suburb

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  • Bilka is located in Tilst, a western suburb of Aarhus.
  • It is located in Malad, a western suburb of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
  • Vallensbæk Vallensbæk is a seaside western suburb of Copenhagen, Denmark.

western corner

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  • There is access by footpaths to its western corner.
  • The font, also of Stanwell sandstone, is situated in the south western corner of the building.
  • In 1979 Mrs Griffiths gave up her interest in the house in return for a piece of land on the western corner of the property.

western area

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  • The western area is also a Local Nature Reserve.
  • Division I is located in the western area of Orange County.
  • Culverhouse Cross is a more affluent western area of the city.

western portions

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  • The district serves northern and western portions of Burleson County.
  • Much of the central and western portions of that seceded state had been recovered.
  • Forest Road R1045 serves the upper and western portions of the Plamondon Creek valley.

western tip

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  • The western tip of the island was enlarged as well in 2008.
  • In 1838, Dog Island Light was built on the western tip of the island.
  • The first storm of the season formed on June 30 near the western tip of Cuba.

state in western

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  • Mascota River The Mascota River is a river running through Jalisco state in western Mexico.
  • Vasai-Virar Vasai–Virar is a city and "tehsil" (subdistrict) in Konkan division of Maharashtra state in western India, comprising the most populated part of Palghar district and is also a part of Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).

through western

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  • In Massachusetts, the route extends for through western Berkshire County.
  • The Greek National Road 33 (Patras - Tripoli) runs through western Farres.
  • Arsonists were charged with lighting fires that spread through western Victoria in late January.

parts of western

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  • November was the driest on record in many parts of western Victoria and eastern Queensland.
  • In Najd and parts of western Arabia, a language known to scholars as Thamudic C is attested.
  • Tornado warnings were also issued, and a flash flood watch was declared for parts of western North Carolina.

western culture

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  • Here mostly people are western culture.
  • It has been associated with the influence of the western culture.
  • Ōtomo Sōrin, a famous Christian "daimyō", first introduced western culture.

across the western

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  • The crater Regnault lies across the western rim of Volta.
  • Meanwhile, far across the western sea on the tropical isle of Sampetra, trouble is brewing.
  • From Donnelly to Athabasca, Alberta, Highway 2 contributes to the NWWR scenic route across the western provinces.

central western

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  • Collett's snake is found in central western Queensland, and is diurnal.
  • Concord township is located in the central western portion of Iredell County.
  • The Parish is in the central western part of New South Wales, Australia, in Warrumbungle Shire.

western sides

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  • There are two other gates on the eastern and western sides.
  • It has a verandah on its eastern and western sides and a gable roof.
  • Seats are arranged in a circle at the eastern and western sides of the field.

western extension

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  • A western extension to Qiche Park is under construction.
  • Their western extension ran as far as the 25 miles from Lake Woods.
  • The church is a three-aisled stone basilica with a western extension.

most western

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  • Today, the BDSM culture exists in most western countries.
  • Ethnologists identify the Ana as the most western of the Yoruba subgroups.
  • Playa Punta Arenas Playa Punta Arenas is the most western tip of Margarita Island.

first western

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  • France is the first western country to ban child pageants.
  • Renji is the first western hospital in Shanghai and the second in China.
  • Once off the glacier the route continues downstream till the first western side valley.

western borders

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  • It was erected to secure the western borders of Iraq and was also used in the Yom Kippur War in 1973.
  • As a result, the Dzungars were forced to retreat back to the western borders in a defensive position.
  • Therefore he was responsible for the defense of a section of the western borders against the Austrians.

across western

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  • It is widespread across western Europe.
  • It is widespread across western Canada and much of the western United States.
  • At the same time Polish and Belarusian self-defence units sprung up across western Belarus.

extreme western

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  • It forms the extreme western part of the region, and of Crete.
  • This 18 hole course is set out on a clifftop location at the extreme western end of Buckpool.
  • Bolivian bamboo rats are found in central Bolivia, southeastern Peru, and extreme western Brazil.

western shores

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  • He served on the "Andromède" in a campaign of the western shores of America.
  • The eastern shores have a height of 10 meters, while the western shores are flat.
  • It is found in Uganda (the western shores of Lake Victoria) and north-western Tanzania.

western facade

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  • The western facade is mostly in ruins as well.
  • The main entry is on the western facade, sheltered by a parapeted porch.
  • In short time Kalán established a collegiate chapter dedicated to John the Baptist in front of the western facade of the new church.

modern western

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  • Cairo has also been influenced by modern western civilization.
  • The history of the modern western feminist movement is divided into four "waves".
  • In late 8th and early-to-mid-9th centuries AD the Rus' Khaganate was formed in modern western Russia.

western wing

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  • The new owner then built the western wing.
  • From 1920-31 the western wing was renovated so the castle could be used as a school and museum.
  • He was created as Tardush shad and given command over western wing of empire in 697 by Qapaghan.

western branch

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  • In the western branch (Chujean–Qʼanjobʼalan and Cholan) they are reflected as and .
  • It is located close to the western branch of the Autopista Central and the Basilica of Lourdes.
  • The western branch, the Jacobite Church, appeared after the Council of Chalcedon's condemnation of Monophysitism in 451.

region of western

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  • In 2003, Chad began receiving refugees from the Darfur region of western Sudan.
  • Závod, Slovakia Závod is a village and municipality within the Malacky District in the Bratislava region of western Slovakia.
  • It is found in the Pacific Northwest region of western North America, where it grows in sand dunes in a mycorrhizal association with pine trees.

town in western

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  • Tilottama, Rupandehi Tilottama Municipality is a town in western Nepal.
  • Sadiola Sadiola is a "commune" and small town in western Mali, south of Kayes.
  • Zbąszyń Zbąszyń () is a town in western Poland, in Greater Poland Voivodeship, in Nowy Tomyśl County.

between the western

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E.g.
  • It is located on a hillside between the western entrance to Jerusalem and the Romema neighbourhood.
  • The fault forms outstanding slope break between the western uplifted block and the eastern peneplain surface.
  • ""Jabal Amel"" designates the plateau situated between the western mountain range of Lebanon and the Galilee.

much of western

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  • After Manzikert, the dominion of Alp Arslan extended over much of western Asia.
  • The new Ottoman government curtailed the campaign and effected withdrawal from much of western Georgia's interior.
  • At the same time, the republican regime was forced to deal with rebellions against its authority in much of western and southern France.

around the western

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E.g.
  • It runs around the western side of the Bedford Basin.
  • US Highway 281 was recently realigned onto a new bypass that was constructed around the western area of the city.
  • The inner wall has a shelf running around the western perimeter where the material has slumped somewhat from the edge.

zone of western

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E.g.
  • Based on the Köppen climate classification, The Spearhead is located in the marine west coast climate zone of western North America.

throughout the western

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E.g.
  • To date, Mercy Flights has flown more than 15,000 patients throughout the western United States.
  • This caused a tremendous protest throughout the western Church and had a divisive effect on the next pope, Boniface VIII.
  • These same sequences are widespread throughout the western half of Europe, especially along the western fringe of the continent.

village in western

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  • Soudouré Soudouré is a village in western Niger.
  • On 28 March, SLF fully captured Bisrtoun village in western Aleppo from HTS.
  • Himanchal High School, founded in 1993, is located in Nangi, a mountain village in western Nepal.

western style

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E.g.
  • Many also wear western style dresses, skirts, and blouses.
  • The young and kids wear other Indian and western style attire.
  • Example: codice_127, codice_128 and codice_129 (same function as T in western style).

many western

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E.g.
  • For example, for many western cultures one very common flirting strategy includes eye contact.
  • In many western countries, the status of permanent resident confers a right of abode upon the holder despite not being a citizen of the particular country.
  • In the 1930s, in the midst of the Great Depression and with the rise of fascist powers, many western socialist and liberal thinkers believed that capitalism caused war.

silent western

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E.g.
  • Iron to Gold Iron to Gold is a lost 1922 American silent western film produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation.
  • The Devil Dodger The Devil Dodger is a lost 1917 silent western film feature directed by Clifford Smith and starring Roy Stewart.
  • Their Compact Their Compact is a 1917 American silent western film produced and distributed by Metro Pictures and directed by Edwin Carewe.

western segment

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E.g.
  • In 1960, the western segment was built.
  • 111 Avenue also has a western segment which continues west of Mayfield Road.
  • The western segment was constructed in the 1980s and was opened in several stages.

western territories

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E.g.
  • At issue was extension into the western territories.
  • Thus, the western territories contributed to making Wartislaw significantly independent from the Polish dukes.
  • Castile deprived Navarre of its coastline by conquering key western territories (1199–1201), leaving the kingdom landlocked.

western city

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E.g.
  • The monastery was frequently damaged during sieges due to its elevated location near the western city wall.
  • The citadel of Alexander in the western city of Herat has been renovated in recent years and is a popular attraction for tourists.
  • Millerntor-Stadion, named after the western city gate "Mildradistor" or "Mildertor", and the park Planten un Blomen, build on the old fortification.

western powers

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E.g.
  • The western powers were allied with the Soviet Union.
  • In the 19th century the empire was internally restive and externally threatened by western powers.
  • Subsequent military defeats and unequal treaties with other western powers continued even after the fall of the Qing dynasty.

throughout western

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E.g.
  • The uprising reverberated throughout western Europe.
  • These new rules quickly spread throughout western Europe.
  • It is common throughout western Canada and United States.

western television

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E.g.
  • Similarly, Debbage states that this song brings to mind the musical opening theme of that old western television show "The Big Valley".
  • In 1965, Leonard Nimoy played Yellow Bear in the episode "The Journey" of the syndicated western television series, "Death Valley Days".
  • Quillan appeared in "My Three Sons" as Mr Hewlett (1961) and also appeared on the western television adventure series "The Rifleman" as Angus Evans.

western tower

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E.g.
  • From 1473 to 1521, the western tower was built around the Romanesque tower.
  • The eastern tower dates from 1067–68, and the western tower dates from 1093.
  • The church had a large western tower, with a clockface, and had a graveyard.
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