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an area of land belonging to a duke or duchess
the difference in attitudes or situation between people in the northern and southern parts of a country. In the US, the south is generally more conservative than the north, while in the UK the north is generally poorer than the south.
the direction that is between south and east. The south-east is the part of a country that is in this direction.
the direction that is between south and west. The south-west is the part of a country that is in this direction.
a region of a country that has its own government for some matters. A country that is divided into states is called a federal country
an area of land that is officially part of a country but does not have the status of a state or province
the action of deliberately dropping your microphone at the end of a speech or performance to show you think it was so good that nothing better could follow itBuzzWord Article
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