(Askeri) ÖZEL BÖLGE, TERİTORİ: A. B. D. de herhangi bir eyalete (state) dahil olmayıp senato ve cumhurbaşkanı tarafından atanmış bir vali tarafından idare edilen ve ayrı bir temsilci bulunan topraklar. Porto Rico A. B. D. nin özel bir bölgedir
Bu Birleşmiş Milletler kararı İsrail'in silahlı güçlerinin son çatışmalarda işgal edilen bölgelerden çekilmesini istemektedir. - This United Nations resolution calls for the withdrawal of Israel armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict.
(Askeri) İŞGAL EDİLMİŞ TOPRAKLAR: Taraflardan birinin silahlı kuvvetlerinin yetkisi ve etkili kontrolü altına girmiş ülke. Bu terim; bölge sivil makamları ile açık veya zımni olarak varılmış barış şartları, antlaşma veya diğer antlaşma hükümleri altında idare edilen topraklar için kullanılmaz. Ayrıca bakınız: "civil affairs agreement", "army of occupation", "military occupation"
territory teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı
A geographic area under control of a single governing entity such as state or municipality; an area whose borders are determined by the scope of political power rather than solely by natural features such as rivers and ridges
A part of a country or empire that does not have the full status of a principal division For example, in USA, Alaska and Hawaii were territories before becoming states, and the Dakota Ter-ritory split into two states; in Canada, territories became provinces
The space defended by a male bird which provides the food and nesting site for his mate and young
an area of knowledge or interest; "his questions covered a lot of territory" the geographical area under the jurisdiction of a sovereign state; "American troops were stationed on Japanese soil
the geographical area under the jurisdiction of a sovereign state; "American troops were stationed on Japanese soil
The extent of land belonging to, or under the dominion of, a prince, state, or other form of government; often, a tract of land lying at a distance from the parent country or from the seat of government; as, the territory of a State; the territories of the East India Company
A specific area or portion of the Earth's surface; not to be confused with region
Territory is land which is controlled by a particular country or ruler. The government denies that any of its territory is under rebel control. Russian territory
A territory is a country or region that is controlled by another country. He toured some of the disputed territories now under UN control
A part of the United States that has its own legislature but does not have the status of a state and is under the administration of an appointed governor Guam is a Territory of the U S
(1) The geographical area for which a home service agent has exclusive responsibility Home service districts are divided into territories Also called an account, an agency, or a debit (2) The geographical area for which an insurance agent or general agent has responsibility
A piece of land in Canada that is not a province In the past, a territory was governed by someone named by the federal government Later, this person governed together with a group of leaders elected by the people Now, all the leaders are elected There are now three territories in Canada: The Northwest Territories, the Yukon and Nunavut
In the United States, a portion of the country not included within the limits of any State, and not yet admitted as a State into the Union, but organized with a separate legislature, under a Territorial governor and other officers appointed by the President and Senate of the United States
Territory is land with a particular character. mountainous territory. a vast and uninhabited territory
You can use territory to refer to an area of knowledge or experience. Following the futuristic The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood's seventh novel, Cat's Eye, returns to more familiar territory virgin territory: see virgin = terrain
In Canada, a similarly organized portion of the country not yet formed into a Province
An exclusive area maintained through overt defense or advertisement; the part of the home range of an animal that is protected, by fighting or aggressive gestures, from others of its own kind, during some phase of its life
the concept of ownership or dominance over a unit of habitat; an area defended by an animal against others of the same species; used for breeding, feeding, or both Many species of wildlife are territorial Best known are certain birds and wolves
(noun) The area in which a promotion promotes In the pre-Vince McMahon era, the hundreds of independent promotions across the country each had a certain area of the country in which they ran shows, called their territory When McMahon took the WWF national, he made thesomewhat novel move of invading competitor's territories with his shows and his TV Soon the whole country and the world became the WWF's territory
An area defended by one or more individuals against intrusion by others of the same or different species (see also: home range)
A part of the landscape an animal regards as its home space An animal marks out and defends its territory by, for example, calls or by fighting with intruders
If you say that something comes with the territory, you mean that you accept it as a natural result of the situation you are in. You can't expect not to have a debate; that's what comes with the territory in a democracy. Free Territory of Trieste Yukon Territory Territory of American Samoa Australian Capital Territory Indian Territory Northern Territory Pacific Islands Trust Territory of the French Territory of the Afars and Issas
The Chinese government issued a white paper entitled Diaoyu Islands are China's inherent territory on the 25th. - The Chinese government released on 25th Diaoyu Islands are China's inherent territory White Paper.
The Chinese government released on 25th Diaoyu Islands are China's inherent territory White Paper. - The Chinese government issued a white paper entitled Diaoyu Islands are China's inherent territory on the 25th.
A country or smaller territory which politically is either an integral part of - or in some dependent (e.g. colonial) relationship with another state, but is geographically separated from that 'mother state' by the sea, without bordering it or its coastal waters
The Palestinian territories comprise the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Since the Palestinian Declaration of Independence in 1988, the region is today recognized by three-quarters of the world's countries as the State of Palestine or simply Palestine, although this status is not recognized by the United Nations, Israel and major Western nations such as the United States. The UN and international legal bodies often refer to the region as the Occupied Palestinian Territories
the Australian Capital Territory an area in southeast Australia that includes the capital city Canberra and Jervis Bay. Political entity (pop., 2001: 321,680), southeastern Australia. A capital territory was mandated by the 1901 Australian constitution; the site was chosen in 1908. It lies within New South Wales and consists of Canberra and the area around Jervis Bay. Parliament moved there from Melbourne in 1927. In 1989 the Territory received responsibility for self-government similar to that held by Australian states
A territory of the north-central United States organized in 1861 and divided into the states of North Dakota and South Dakota in 1889. The territory included much of present-day Montana until 1864 and Wyoming until 1868
A region and former territory of the south-central United States, mainly in present-day Oklahoma. It was set aside by the government as a homeland for forcibly displaced Native Americans in 1834. The western section was opened to general settlement in 1889 and became part of the Oklahoma Territory in 1890. The two territories were merged in 1907 to form the state of Oklahoma. an area of land west of the Mississippi River in the US, mainly in the state of Oklahoma, to which many Native Americans were forced to move in the middle of the 19th century. The land was later taken back from them by the US government. Trail of Tears, the. Former territory, U.S. West, including most of modern Oklahoma. The Choctaw, Creek, Seminole, Cherokee, and Chickasaw tribes were forcibly moved to this area between 1830 and 1843, and an 1834 act set aside the land as Indian country. In 1866 its western half was ceded to the U.S.; this portion was opened to white settlers in 1889 and became the Territory of Oklahoma in 1890. The two territories were united and admitted to the Union as the state of Oklahoma in 1907
the Northern Territory an area of northern central Australia whose main city is Darwin. It is an extremely large area, but most of it is very dry and its population is very small. Territory (pop., 2001 prelim.: 200,019), northern Australia. It covers an area of 520,900 sq mi (1,349,130 sq km). Its capital is Darwin; the only other sizable town is Alice Springs. Most of the people are of European descent; about one-fifth are Australian Aboriginals. It consists mainly of tableland, with the Simpson Desert in the southeast and the Arnhem Land plateau in the north. It was inhabited by Aboriginals for thousands of years; they held Ayers Rock as central to their culture. The coast was explored by the Dutch in the 17th century and surveyed in the early 19th century by Matthew Flinders. First included as part of New South Wales, it was annexed to South Australia in 1863. It reverted to being under direct control of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1911. The northern parts were bombed by the Japanese in World War II and occupied by Allied troops. It was granted self-government within the Commonwealth in 1978. It remains sparsely inhabited; its economy rests on cattle farming, mining, government services, and a growing tourism industry
A historical region of the north-central United States extending from the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to the Great Lakes. The area was ceded to the United States by the Treaty of Paris in 1783. It was officially designated a territory in 1787 and later split up into the territories and present-day states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and part of Minnesota. Control over the territory was a major issue in the War of 1812
Former United Nations trusteeship, administered by the U.S. from 1947 to 1986. It consisted of more than 2,000 islands scattered over about 3,000,000 sq mi (7,770,000 sq km) of the tropical western Pacific Ocean, north of the Equator. It covered the region known as Micronesia and comprised three major island groups: the Marianas, the Carolines, and the Marshalls. The seat of government was Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands. In 1986 the U.S. declared the trust territory agreements no longer in effect. The Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands became sovereign states, and the Northern Mariana Islands became a commonwealth of the U.S. The Republic of Palau became a sovereign state in 1994
A territory of northwest Canada east of Alaska. It joined the Confederacy in 1898. The region was first explored by fur traders in the 1840s and was acquired by Canada from the Hudson's Bay Company in 1870. A land claim made by the Yukon tribe of Native Americans was approved by the federal government in 1991. Whitehorse is the capital and the largest city. Population: 23,153
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