from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A subdivision of a region, especially an ecological region.
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- n. A region that is part of a larger region.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A subdivision of a region; in zoögeog., a faunal area subordinate in extent to one called a region.
- n. See the adjectives.
He told the Bethal Afrikaanse Sakekamer the subregion was the powerhouse of the Eastern Transvaal, responsible for almost 45 per cent of economic output.
Commerce Minister Miatta Beysolow, however, says the call to reduce the price of rice is unjustified because Liberian rice is the cheapest in the West Africa subregion.
The story is told in nine chapters, each loosely built around a subregion.
Zanavykai is sort of subregion of Suvalkija, not Žemaitija.
The (not current) photo is, in fact, from the Beaujolais subregion of Morgon, specifically, the Cote du Py where some of the tastiest wines of the region come from.
The final component was recorded at around 450 ms, in yet another distinct subregion.
But we believe that we will get over this ugly phase of the history of the subregion, he said.
Of course you know that we no longer accept illegitimate government within the subregion, he said.
Fifteen species currently are recognized, of which 9 occur in the southern African subregion.
The few endemic species include Pelliciera rhizophora (piñuelo), confined to the Chone subregion.
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