Definition of Territorialisation
1. Noun. The act of organizing as a territory.
Generic synonyms: Organisation, Organization
Derivative terms: Territorialise, Territorialise, Territorialize, Territorialize
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Territorialisation
Literary usage of Territorialisation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Germany, 1715-1815 by Christopher Thomas Atkinson (1908)
"Moreover, the partial territorialisation of the army encouraged a local feeling which helped to foster this regimental spirit. To keep this great army up to ..."
2. Israel in Europe by George Frederick Abbott (1907)
"The extra-territorialisation of Jerusalem has indeed been suggested by the Zionists. But is it to be expected that the Jews will ever really resign ..."
3. Oecd Economic Surveys: Australia, 1999-2000 by Oecd (2000)
"The precise nature of this territorialisation of policy depends on the country. ln some cases local and regional authorities have been given ..."
4. OECD Territorial Reviewsby Oecd by Oecd (2003)
"Moreover, even though city councils may be at risk of fragmentation and de-territorialisation, the principles of local government have been confirmed and ..."
5. The Story of the British Army by Charles Cooper King (1897)
"But the two greatest changes have been the introduction of short service, and the territorialisation of the regiments of the army ; both of which measures ..."