territorial

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  • It was one of their own who was elected as territorial governor.
  • Under the new system, most territorial authorities cover both urban and rural land.
  • Many species also have a territorial call that is used to drive away other males.
  • Shortly after his arrival the Territorials fell into line and started away. Cited from The Children of France, by Ruth Royce
  • Since no party agreed to territorial boundaries, there was regular conflict among them.
  • The territorial government and the leaders of opinion all threw their support to the Union.
  • Other families came to the village because of the Territorial school.
  • The order for the Territorials to move came suddenly, as such orders most always do. Cited from The Children of France, by Ruth Royce
  • What he would learn from his studies, he put into practice in his training with the Territorials.
  • They are elected for a two-year term to the territorial legislature.
  • The country reached its greatest territorial extent and is considered as the Golden Age.
  • Countries that tax income generally use one of two systems: territorial or residential.
  • In those years, the town had even once been viewed as a possible candidate for territorial capital.
  • The president of the government is elected by the members of the Territorial Congress.
  • Probably some of our Territorials will wonder why he wants to see India particularly. Cited from If I May, by A. A. Milne
  • Individuals also return to the same territorial site each breeding season.
  • Territorial representation is independent of population; each territory is entitled to only one seat.
  • Callitrichids typically live in small, territorial groups of about five or six animals.
  • He also served as a member of the territorial council, and was pro-slavery.
  • Brown bears usually occur over vast home ranges, however they are not highly territorial.
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Meaning of territorial

  • noun Nonprofessional soldier member of a territorial military unit
  • noun A territorial military unit
  • adjective Of or relating to a territory
    the territorial government of the Virgin Islands, territorial claims made by a country
  • adjective Displaying territoriality; defending a territory from intruders
    territorial behavior, strongly territorial birds
  • adjective Belonging to the territory of any state or ruler
    territorial rights