Province

A province is a territorial unit, almost always an administrative division, within a country or state. ==Etymology== The English word `province` is attested since about 1330 and derives from the 13th-century Old French `province`, which itself comes from the Latin word `provincia`, which referred to the sphere of authority of a magistrate; i...
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Province

• (n.) A country or region, more or less remote from the city of Rome, brought under the Roman government; a conquered country beyond the limits of Italy. • (n.) A region under the supervision or direction of any special person; the district or division of a country, especially an ecclesiastical division, over which one has jurisdiction; ...
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province

(from the article `Belgium`) Farther down the administrative hierarchy are the provinces (Flemish: provincies), each of which is divided into arrondissements and further ... The organization of the provinces, units midway in size between regions and communes, is analogous to that of the communes; they each have councils, ... [2 relat...
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province

(from the article `Precambrian time`) ...of kilometres across, that may contain either greenstone-granite belts or granulite-gneiss belts or both. These regions are variously designated ...
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Province

1) A territory comprising one archdiocese called the metropolitan see and one or more dioceses called suffragan sees. The head of an archdiocese, an archbishop, has metropolitan rights and responsibilities over the province.
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province

1. A country or region, more or less remote from the city of Rome, brought under the Roman government; a conquered country beyond the limits of Italy. ... 2. A country or region dependent on a distant authority; a portion of an empire or state, especially. One remote from the capital. 'Kingdoms and provinces.' ... 3. A region of country; a tract; a...
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province

noun the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation; `his state is in the deep south`
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province

responsibility noun the proper sphere or extent of your activities; `it was his province to take care of himself`
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province

[Noun] A part or region of a country.
Example: The province of Manitoba is in the centre of Canada.
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Province

Prov'ince noun [ French, from Latin provincia ; probably from pro before, for + the root of vincere to conquer. See Victor .] 1. (Roman Hist.) A country or region, more or less remote from the city of Rome, brought under the Roman government; a conquered count...
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Province

A geographically defined area with a characteristic set of species or characteristic percentage representation by given species
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Province

A geographically defined area with a characteristic set of species or characteristic percentage repr
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province

in Roman antiquity, a territorial subdivision of the Roman Empire—specifically, the sphere of action and authority of a Roman magistrate who held the ... [4 related articles]
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Province

run by a Provincial council, these are collections of counties. They correspond to the provinces of Ireland with the addition of Britain. Provincial championships are the next level below All-Ireland.
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province

[n] - the proper sphere or extent of your activities
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