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hinterland

1. land lying behind something, esp a coast or the shore of a river
2. remote or undeveloped areas of a country

hinterland

[′hin·tər‚land]
(geology)
The region behind the coastal district.
The terrain on the back of a folded mountain chain.
The moving block which forces geosynclinal sediments toward the foreland.
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Y Gwyll / Hinterland has been produced in both Welsh and English simultaneously in order to sell to broadcasters across the world.
On good ground he'd be a possibility but if it's soft I could run Hinterland.
His starring role in Hinterland is sure to make him a household name.
Having decided not to declare Hinterland, Paul Nicholls relies on Pearl Swan, the winner of a novice at Taunton this month.
The 38-year-old said Hinterland is set against a backdrop of mountains, isolated farms and close-knit villages.
I think his (Mathias') backstory finally comes to haunt him, and we see how that plays out against the hinterland, " says Harrington, who hails from Merthyr Tydfil.
Longsdon has Onefourfun engaged against Hinterland at Newton Abbot.
Lianyungang s strategic location, established transport infrastructure and extensive hinterland offer tremendous potential for this joint venture to ride the waves of continuous growth in the Yangtze River Delta region, said Tan Chong Meng, group CEO of PSA.
Ed Thomas, the series' executive One producer, added: "In Hinterland, Mathias is not a Welsh speaker, but most of the other characters we encounter do speak the language.
Two weeks after revelations that upcoming 007 movie Spectre had been refused permission to film in the Senedd, it has emerged Ceredigion council initially refused permission for BBC crime drama Hinterland to be shot from its empty seafront offices.
Nokia has supplied its highly cost-efficient and scaleable D50e DSLAM (Digital Subscriber LineAccess Multiplexer), network management solutions and implementation services to allow TelecomAsia to provide fast Internet access services in the densely populated capital city of Bangkok and its hinterland.
The present project aims at enhancing local and national capacities for expanding access to reliable, clean and affordable (lowest possible cost) energy services in hinterland villages for MDG achievement (especially gender equality) by 2015.