Invercargill


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Invercargill

(ĭnvərkär`gĭl), city (1996 pop. 53,208), extreme S South Island, New Zealand, on the Southland Plain. It is an agricultural center with timber, wool, and food-processing industries. The Bluff, on the Foveaux Strait, is its port.
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Invercargill

a city in New Zealand, on South Island: regional trading centre for sheep and agricultural products. Pop.: 51 700 (2004 est.)
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