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Definition of Conterminously
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Literary usage of Conterminously
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1. Pamphlets and Leaflets by Liberal Publication Department (1898)
"He said :—" The history of all times has shown that civilisation and barbarism cannot exist conterminously, and at the .same . time peaceably, ..."
2. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1899)
"Our object was to conciliate these frontier tribes, and yet the commander-in-chief said that civilisation and barbarism could not exist conterminously, ..."
3. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society by American Antiquarian Society (1891)
"... obvious principle of extension to the West of the mountains of territories which lie conterminously for such a vast distance east of the mountains. ..."
4. The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and Territorial by Edward Hertslet (1891)
"These provinces being situated conterminously with Austria- Hungary gives the latter a right to a preponderating voice in their future organization. Servia. ..."
5. The Rise of Our East African Empire: Early Efforts in Nyasaland and Uganda by Frederick John Dealtry Lugard (1893)
"... (if the map in the 'Times' is to be trusted) if these extensions included long tongues of land running almost conterminously with their province. ..."