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  • noun Plural form of prefecture.

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Examples

  • Administrative divisions: 14 prefectures (prefectures, singular -- prefecture), 2 economic prefectures* (prefectures economiques, singular -- prefecture economique), and 1 commune**;

    The 1999 CIA Factbook

  • Administrative divisions: 14 prefectures (prefectures, singular - prefecture), 2 economic prefectures* (prefectures economiques, singular - prefecture economique), and 1 commune**; Bamingui-Bangoran,

    The 1995 CIA World Factbook

  • Administrative divisions: 14 prefectures (prefectures, singular - prefecture), 2 economic prefectures* (prefectures economiques, singular - prefecture economique), and 1 commune**; Bamingui-Bangoran,

    The 2000 CIA World Factbook

  • Administrative divisions: 14 prefectures (prefectures, singular - prefecture), 2 economic prefectures* (prefectures economiques, singular - prefecture economique), and 1 commune**;

    The 1996 CIA Factbook

  • Administrative divisions: 14 prefectures (prefectures, singular - prefecture), 2 economic prefectures* (prefectures economiques, singular - prefecture economique), and 1 commune**;

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

  • Tchaoudjo, Tsevie (Zio), Vogan (Vo) note: the 23 units may now be called prefectures (singular - prefecture) and reported name changes for individual units are included in parentheses

    The 1995 CIA World Factbook

  • To aid in the administration of the government, Constantine laid out the empire into four great divisions, called prefectures (see map), which were subdivided into thirteen dioceses, and these again into one hundred and sixteen provinces.

    General History for Colleges and High Schools

  • Tchaoudjo, Tsevie (Zio), Vogan (Vo) note: the 23 units may now be called prefectures (singular - prefecture) and reported name changes for individual units are included in parentheses

    The 1996 CIA Factbook

  • Tabligbo (Yoto), Tchamba, Nyala, Tchaoudjo, Tsevie (Zio), Vogan (Vo) note: the 23 units may now be called prefectures (prefectures, singular - prefecture) and reported name changes for individual units are included in parentheses

    The 1994 CIA World Factbook

  • Europe 1 was routinely called prefectures to check the official.

    Winds Of Jihad By SheikYerMami

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