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- v. Alternative form of territorialize.
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- v. extend by adding territory
- v. place on a territorial basis
- v. organize as a territory
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But when you 'territorialise' petty drug-dealing, you have to control the territory, which also means controlling the people living there, "he says.
The ANC does not own or territorialise culture: creativity has no fences or boundaries and expression is free.
Outlining his plans just before the First World War, Theodor Herzl wrote: 'We shall extra-territorialise Jerusalem so that it will belong to nobody and everybody, its Holy Places the joint possession of all Believers.'
Similarly, the idea that the Westphalian contract’s implementation has been imposed on much of the world is fine and not particularly controversial and so on — whether French and British and ex-Soviet Georgian governments, Senegalese and Zairian and Algerian liberation movements, Liberian and Israeli ideologies of return, what have you, most people have very concrete experience with the desire to territorialise a nation-state that fits into a Westphalian world.