Canton

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  • The small size of the canton allows a small government with only five members.
  • At the same time, the Canton published school books in its own variety.
  • Each canton has its own constitution, and its own parliament, government and courts.
  • Each canton has its own regulations regarding the relationship between church and state.
  • Canton's early history could well be called a tale of two cities.
  • It was the only canton that had been asked to join, not the other way round.
  • The canton's school system requires students to attend six years of primary school.
  • The canton's primary school program requires students to attend for four years.
  • The name of each canton in its own official language is shown in bold.
  • Both town and village are on the northern edge of the county, north of Canton.
  • This featured a green field charged with a five-pointed red star in the top-left canton.
  • For instance, the Canton office would eventually open six branches within the area it served.
  • Because of this finding, the government added the prince's crown to the canton.
  • The flag has a white field, with a red Latin cross inside a blue canton.
  • Canton has the open town meeting form of government.
  • In the canton-wide election they received the second highest proportion of votes.
  • Canton was one of the original ten towns of the county.
  • The area of the canton is and commonly divided into three hill masses.
  • The area of the canton is commonly divided into six regions.
  • While the politicians remained the same, there were several important changes in the half-canton.
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Synonyms of Canton

Meaning of Canton

  • noun A small administrative division of a country
  • verb Divide into cantons, of a country