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NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
LAMPANG
NORTHERN THAILAND
NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCE
NORTHERN PART
LOCATION
EARTH
CISALPINE GAUL
ROME
WAR
ARMY
NORTHERN HALF
JAPAN
BAY
LAKE
NORTHERN END
END
LARGEST
SPECIES
CANADA
UNITED STATES
NORTHERN GERMANY
GERMANY
SUMMER
SUN
POPULATION
NATIVE
NORTHERN FRANCE
FRANCE
NORTHERN AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA
NORTHERN AFRICA
AFRICA
NORTHERN RUSSIA
RUSSIA
VILLAGE
COUNTY
CAPITAL
WEST
REPUBLIC
COUNTRY
EAST
WALES
SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
SOUTHERN HEMISPHERES
MOSUL
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Definitions

  1. The Northern is mainly Brahui which is spoken in Southern or Southwestern Pakistan.
  2. The northern is similar to the southern except for a strong dark marking on the southern frog's belly.
  3. The Northern was the most isolated of the Burma fronts. (Web site)
  4. The most northern is Pulteney, which produces a delicious, fragrant, dry whisky, long referred to as 'the Manzanilla of the north'.

Northern California

  1. It was also felt thoughout much of northern California and southern Oregon and to the south as far as Salinas, Santa Cruz, and San Francisco.
  2. New Brighton State Beach is a protected beach located in northern California, just south of the city of Santa Cruz, California.
  3. The Gorda Plate, located beneath the Pacific Ocean off the coast of northern California, is one of the northern remnants of the Farallon Plate.

Lampang

  1. Lampang, a city of the old Lanna Kingdom more than 1,302 years ago is less attractive than none in the northern region of Thailand.
  2. Lampang (Thai ลำปาง) is one of the northern provinces (changwat) of Thailand.
  3. Lampang is a town in northern Thailand, capital of the Lampang province. (Web site)

Northern Thailand

  1. Phitsanulok is a town in northern Thailand, capital of the Phitsanulok province. (Web site)
  2. Located some 700km from Bangkok, Chiang Mai is the principal city of northern Thailand and capital of the province of the same name.
  3. Located in the hearth of the North, Lampang is also a good base for excursions and travel within Northern Thailand. (Web site)

Northern Cape Province

  1. Hartswater is an agricultural town serving the northern section of the Vaalharts Irrigation Scheme in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. (Web site)
  2. Orania is a South Africa n town that is located along the Orange River in the arid Karoo region of its Northern Cape province. (Web site)
  3. Griqualand West is in the Northern Cape Province (north of the Orange River and west of Orange Free State) of about 38 000 sq. (Web site)

Northern Part

  1. The northern part of the province is part of territory of South (Iranian) Talysh.
  2. The region spans the northern part of the country, south of Porto and the River Douro.
  3. The northern part of this area (from the Liverpool Road junction northwards) is also in the district of Islington, while the southern half is in Finsbury. (Web site)

Location

  1. Location: South of the Brisbane River mouth, near the southern end of the sea wall, north of south point, at the most northern section of Waterloo Bay.
  2. Its location in Namibia's south means that it shares a long border in the south and east with the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.
  3. Their aggressiveness was partially attributed to their location: Assyria was in northern Mesopotamia, north of Babylon.

Earth

  1. Either the northern or southern half of the earth as divided by the equator or the eastern or western half as divided by a meridian. (Web site)
  2. The equator is equally far from both geographical poles and divides the Earth into a Northern and a Southern part. (Web site)
  3. On Earth it is the Coriolis acceleration which makes hurricanes swirl to the east in the northern hemisphere, to the west in the southern.

Cisalpine Gaul

  1. The Po Valley and the rest of northern Italy (known to the Romans as Cisalpine Gaul) was inhabited by Celtic-speakers who founded cities such as Milan. (Web site)
  2. Tacitus was born perhaps in northern Italy (Cisalpine Gaul) or, more probably, in southern Gaul (Gallia Narbonensis, or present southeastern France).

Rome

  1. It was in this light that in 1154 Frederick entered Italy, to be crowned in Rome and assert his domination over Northern Italy as such. (Web site)
  2. He eventually made his way to northern Italy and made an imperial government, but it is not known whether Diocletian visited the city of Rome at this time. (Web site)
  3. The city of Frascati is about twelve miles from Rome on the northern slopes of the Alban Hills, pleasantly and healthfully situated.

War

  1. After the end of the War Between the States, Northern and Southern women formed memorial organizations. (Web site)
  2. Bosnian Green Berets were mostly active during the war in the early part of 1992 in northern and central Bosnia.
  3. From 1700 - 1721, Augustus II allied himself with Russia and became involved in war with Sweden for control of the Baltic (the Great Northern War). (Web site)

Army

  1. It repelled his second invasion of the North and inflicted serious casualties on the Army of Northern Virginia.
  2. And, of course, late in the war this was a damaging influence on the Army of Northern Virginia. (Web site)
  3. In short order the army brought under control the Turkmen, Uzbek, Tajik, and Hazara tribes of northern Afghanistan.

Northern Half

  1. The northern half looks across to Taizhou to the north over the Yangtze River, while the southern half also borders the province of Zhejiang to the south. (Web site)
  2. The southern half of present-day Lebanon formed the northern march of the Kingdom of Jerusalem; the northern half was the heartland of the County of Tripoli. (Web site)
  3. Yearly typhoons only affect the northern half of the island under the jurisdiction of the Province of Leyte. (Web site)

Japan

  1. In northern Asia, Mahāyāna remains the most common form of Buddhism in China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, (parts of) Indonesia and Singapore.
  2. Mahayana Buddhism arose in India and then passed on to develop in China and Japan (or northern Asia in general).
  3. In the dry months, thousands of birds come from as faraway as Japan, China and Russia to escape the chilly winter winds of Northern Asia. (Web site)

Bay

  1. The northern part of the Baltic Sea is known as the Gulf of Bothnia, of which the northernmost part is the Bay of Bothnia or Bothnian Bay. (Web site)
  2. The province is located at the Bay of Bangkok, the northern end of the Gulf of Thailand. (Web site)
  3. The Tseung Kwan O Village in the northern tip of the bay is about 600 years old.

Lake

  1. This lake is also the second deepest lake in Africa, but its placid nature at its northern shore gives no hint of its depth. (Web site)
  2. Urartu's eastern border went up to the northern and southern tip of Lake Urmiah (which are in Iran), but not to the eastern side of the lake.
  3. Among the many islands in the northern part of the lake is Valaam (Finnish Valama or Valamo), with a famous Russian monastery dating from the 12th cent.

Northern End

  1. Sveti Vlas lies at the northern end of a bay which has Sunny Beach in its middle and the ancient town of Nesebar at its southern end. (Web site)
  2. The main road through the area from north to south-west is Nork Way, along which a parade of shops is located at the northern end. (Web site)
  3. Poppit Sands marks the northern end of the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, which winds its way around the coast to Amroth in the south. (Web site)

End

  1. The northern, which was called the "Sidonian," because it looked towards Sidon, was situated on the east of the main island, towards the northern end of it. (Web site)
  2. The River Wandle had been dammed at the northern end to form a lake but the river was diverted at the end of the 19th century to the north and east.
  3. Neuquén is a province of Argentina, located in the west of the country at the northern end of Patagonia. (Web site)

Largest

  1. Northern Cape is the largest and most sparsely populated province of South Africa. (Web site)
  2. It is the 5th largest in Europe, and the largest in Northern Europe. (Web site)
  3. Chiang Mai Chiang Mai is the largest and most culturally significant city in northern Thailand, and is the capital of Chiang Mai Province.

Species

  1. Hundreds of known species are divided into two distinct groups, one in the Northern Hemisphere and the other in the Southern Hemisphere.
  2. All the species are native to North America, from southern Canada, most of the United States, and northern Mexico. (Web site)
  3. The best known species, Ailanthus altissima, English name Tree of heaven, is a native of northern China.

Canada

  1. The main climatic influences are from western and northern Canada which move eastward and from the southern and central United States that move northward. (Web site)
  2. Edmonton is the most northerly major city in Canada, and serves as a gateway and hub for resource development in northern Canada. (Web site)
  3. Borden Island is an uninhabited, low-lying island in the Queen Elizabeth Islands of northern Canada with an area of 2795 square kilometres.

United States

  1. Guam is a US territory The Northern Mariana Islands (including the islands of Saipan, Tinian and Rota) make up a Commonwealth of the United States.
  2. Ozone holes have been found above Antarctica and above Canada and northern parts of the United States, as well as above northern Europe. (Web site)
  3. The nightingale bird is a poetic figure that appears in traditional songs from many places including parts of Northern Europe, Canada and the United States. (Web site)

Northern Germany

  1. They are also called burnt mounds and are known from Scotland, Wales, England, Scandinavia and northern Germany. (Web site)
  2. Only military development was allowed and to this end, a larger facility was erected at the village of Peenemünde in northern Germany on the Baltic Sea. (Web site)
  3. Schwerin (IPA: [ʃveˈʁiːn]) is a city in northern Germany and the capital of the state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Germany

  1. Presumably Beaker culture spread from here to the remainder of Denmark, and to other regions in Scandinavia and northern Germany as well. (Web site)
  2. However there were some regions even in northern Germany that never became a part of Prussia, such as Oldenburg, Mecklenburg, and the Hanse city-states. (Web site)
  3. France took control of Alsace and much of the Rhineland while the Swedes took over or neutralized northern Germany and carried the war into Bohemia. (Web site)

Summer

  1. It has positive values when the Sun is above the celestial equator (summer in the Northern hemisphere) and negative when below.
  2. The northern part of Heilongjiang Province in the northeast has no summer, while Hainan Island in the south has a long summer but no winter. (Web site)
  3. In Northern Norway there is 24 hour sunshine in the summer and no sun at all at mid-winter.

Sun

  1. When the North Pole tilts towards the Sun, it is summer in the northern hemisphere (the half of the Earth above the Equator). (Web site)
  2. This means that sometimes the northern half of the Earth is pointing towards the Sun (summer), and sometimes it is pointing away (winter). (Web site)
  3. In the Northern Hemisphere, the summer solstice occurs when the Sun is farthest north, while the winter solstice occurs at the Sun's southernmost point.

Population

  1. Only 18% of the population of Sri Lanka are Tamils, and out of this 52% lives outside of Northern and Eastern Provinces which was to be this 'Home Land'. (Web site)
  2. The population of northern and western Navarre is largely of Basque stock, and the early history of the region is that of the Basques. (Web site)
  3. Venice is a city in northern Italy, the capital of the region Veneto, a population of 271,367 (census estimate 1 January 2004).

Native

  1. The subgenus is native to the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, with two species in North America, three in Europe, and the remainder in Asia.
  2. Myrica gale is a species of flowering plant in the genus Myrica, native to northern and western Europe and parts of northern North America.
  3. It is native to the rainforests of southeatern Queensland and northern New South Wales in Australia. (Web site)

Northern France

  1. The Allies invaded Northern France in Operation Overlord in June 1944 and liberated most of France and the Low Countries by the end of the year. (Web site)
  2. The Franks manufactured swords, pottery and glassware in northern France which they exported to England, Scandinavia and the Lowlands. (Web site)
  3. Southern France at that time had a quite independent culture from Northern France, where most of the advisers to the King of France came from.

France

  1. The Treaty of Versailles declared that Germany was responsible for the destruction of coal mines in Northern France, parts of Belgium, and parts of Italy. (Web site)
  2. This region comprised modern Belgium, Luxembourg as well as part of northern France. (Web site)
  3. Charles and Henry VIII of England then proceeded to invade northern France, seizing Boulogne and Soissons.

Northern Australia

  1. Nux vomica is the dried, ripe seed of Strychnos nux-vomica L., a native tree of Burma, China, eastern India, Thailand, and northern Australia. (Web site)
  2. Australia has another widow spider, the Brown Widow Spider (L. geometricus), a circum-tropical species that is found in northern Australia. (Web site)
  3. The genus Ailanthus contains about 10 species, native to Asia and northern Australia.

Australia

  1. The Duyfken did not explore the coast of Papua, but sailed south into the Gulf of Carpentaria, landing in northern Australia.
  2. Toona is a genus of six species of trees in the mahogany family Meliaceae, native from eastern China south to India, southeast Asia and northern Australia.
  3. A population of minkes inhabiting the Great Barrier Reef, off the coast of Northern Australia, have been recognized as dwarf minke whales.

Northern Africa

  1. Hundreds of such temples have been discovered throughout Europe, northern Africa, the Near East, and Great Britain.
  2. Most species are native to Asia, but some also occur in Europe, Northern Africa, and North America. (Web site)
  3. There are approximately 125 species, most of which are native to Asia, with a number also appearing in Europe, northern Africa, and North America. (Web site)

Africa

  1. Within three years, Germany and the Axis powers had occupied most of Europe, and most of Northern Africa, East and Southeast Asia and the Pacific Ocean.
  2. In the countries of Europe, Northern Africa, West, Central and South Asia coriander seeds is an important spice.
  3. During the war, Germany conquered and occupied most of Europe and Northern Africa. (Web site)

Northern Russia

  1. Tundra occurs in the far Northern Hemisphere, north of the taiga belt, including vast areas of northern Russia and Canada [ 26]. (Web site)
  2. Main rye belt stretches from northern Germany through Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and Latvia into central and northern Russia.
  3. White Nights, the time period near the summer solstice in northern Russia, similar to the "midnight sun".

Russia

  1. With the exception of Scandinavia and northern Russia, few areas of untouched wilderness are today to be found in Europe, except for different natural parks.
  2. In Northern Asia, Siberia has an arctic climate, which also extends to Northern Russia and Scandinavia.
  3. The earliest known town in northern Russia is Staraya Ladoga, located south of Lake Ladoga at the easternmost point of the Baltic Sea. (Web site)

Village

  1. The station is near the northern side of Byfleet and the village of New Haw, near Woking in Surrey, England. (Web site)
  2. Trikarpur is a village in the northern part of the state of Kerala, India, south of the Kasargod district.
  3. The constituency contains the town of Abingdon, the village of Kidlington, and the western and northern parts of the city of Oxford. (Web site)

County

  1. Harstad is a city and municipality in the county of Troms in Northern Norway.
  2. Wales, it is the shire county (pre-1974); for Scotland, the region (1975-1996); for Northern Ireland, the county (pre-1973).
  3. Until 1919 the name of the county was Nordre Bergenhus amt - with the meaning '(the) northern (part of) Bergenhus amt '. (Web site)

Capital

  1. They built the city of Rhodes, a new capital on the northern end of the island. (Web site)
  2. It is the capital of the province of Misamis Oriental and the regional center for Northern Mindanao (Region X). (Web site)
  3. King Borommatrailokanat (1448 - 1488) moved the capital of the Ayutthaya kingdom to Phitsanulok in 1463 to strengthen the northern boundary of the kingdom. (Web site)

West

  1. The Community Telegraph is distributed weekly in five editions throughout north, south, west and east Belfast and County Down, Northern Ireland. (Web site)
  2. Across the centre of Europe the Celts move gradually west through Germany into France, northern Spain and Britain. (Web site)
  3. Western Australia is bounded by South Australia and the Northern Territory to the east, and the Indian Ocean to the west and north. (Web site)

Republic

  1. The island of Ireland is comprised of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, with the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Irish Sea to the east.
  2. Other The North - used to describe Northern Ireland in the same way that "The South" is used to describe the Republic of Ireland. (Web site)
  3. The state is also described as the "Republic of Ireland," in order to distinguish it from the island of Ireland and from Northern Ireland.

Country

  1. It is also the name of the country of which this city was the capital, namely, northern or upper Babylonia. (Web site)
  2. Its northern border is defined by the Zambezi river, while its western border is shared with the country of Botswana.
  3. In other parts of the country, such as southern Queensland and, northern and coastal New South Wales, football has historically had a low profile.

East

  1. Dari is the major language of Afghanistan, and is spoken in the northern and western parts, and the capital, Kabul, in the east.
  2. The forests lie to the north and to the east on the Penteli mountain, while some urban areas lie sporadically in the northern and the eastern parts.
  3. It is bordered by Northern Ireland (part of the United Kingdom) to the north, by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and by the Irish Sea to the east.

Wales

  1. The United Kingdom is the realm or kingdom that covers England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and which for over one hundred years included Ireland.
  2. For physical geography and local administrative divisions, see England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, Northern.
  3. Cardiff is a City and County in Wales, which is part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. (Web site)

Southern Hemisphere

  1. Autumnal equinox is the time in September when the sun passes the equator moving from the northern to the southern hemisphere.
  2. This is the June solstice or summer solstice in the northern hemisphere and winter solstice in the southern hemisphere.
  3. It divides the earth into the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. (Web site)

Southern Hemispheres

  1. It divides the Earth into the Northern and Southern hemispheres and is the basis from which latitude is measured. (Web site)
  2. The dates of the winter solstice and summer solstice are reversed for the northern and southern hemispheres. (Web site)
  3. In contrast to Earth, Mars shows a striking difference between its northern and southern hemispheres.

Mosul

  1. To the south and east were the powerful Muslim cities of Aleppo and Mosul, and the Jazira (northern Iraq). (Web site)
  2. Since that period the connection between the Azerbaijanis living in Bahgdad, Kirkuk, Mosul and Arbil and the Northern and Southern Azerbaijan grew closer. (Web site)
  3. Yusuf Salman Yusuf was born in Baghdad in 1901 to a father from an Assyrian village in the province of Mosul, northern Iraq.

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