New Territories


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New Territories:

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, Mandarin Xianggang, special administrative region of China, formerly a British crown colony (2015 est. pop. 7,246,000), land area 422 sq mi (1,092 sq km), adjacent to Shenzhen, Guangdong prov.
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I'm delighted with the spread of countries we are now exporting to and with new territories we hope to expand even more."
"Yes, we are contemplating expansion in new territories now that we have become profitable, hopefully in the GCC, subject to shareholder approval and regulatory approvals," Rajeev Kakar, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Dunia, told Gulf News.
Pic launched in 16 new territories, including the U.K., where ands shelled out $3 million--enough for second place behind "Tintin," which collected $3.5 million there.
A total of 21 children at a Tseung Kwan kindergarten and childcare center in Hong Kong's New Territories fell ill in an outbreak of the hand-foot-mouth disease, the city's Center for Health Protection said Monday.
New Territories, New Perspectives: The Religious Impact of the Louisiana Purchase.
New Territories, New Perspectives: The Religious Impact of the Louisiana Purchase is an anthology of scholarly essays by learned authors examining how the Louisiana Purchase--which doubled the fledgling America's territory--permanently transformed American culture in general and religion in particular.
The expanded sales team will be responsible for building and managing relationships within the financial advisor community in their respective new territories.
Sitcom Group's international Italian-language channel, Leonardo World, is expanding into new territories. Thanks to a new agreement with Australian satellite and cable operator Selectv, the 24-hour lifestyle channel will reach an estimated 150,000 households in the region.
Brands, currencies, and raw materials (the black marble of the sculpture Travaux [Works] takes the form of gigantic drill bits) constitute objects of contemporary worship that date not speak their name, while in Spirit the engines of the conquest of space suggest a limitless imperialism, eager for new territories; and in Ocean View a dollar folded into the shape of a small boat floating above sheets of blue polystyrene, by its very economy of means, says much about immigration and North-South relations and the hopes, sacrifices, and violence endemic to them.
He has long been fascinated by walls; in how walls in both rural and urban contexts can define new territories. Here the wall is steel, and that is perhaps the only significant design departure.
Taking the familiar view that the war was fought not over slavery but over competing economic interests, Woods consistently casts the motives of slavery's opponents in the worst possible light: Those who wanted to keep slavery out of the new territories, he claims, mainly wanted to keep those territories all-white.
Patient A was a 41-year-old female phlebotomist working in North District Hospital, New Territories East Cluster, Hong Kong.

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