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upcountry

1. of or coming from the interior of a country or region
2. the interior part of a region or country
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The Transport and Civil Aviation Ministry decided to import this specifically designed train from China as the hills and bends along the upcountry railway line has become a challenge to run trains on the track.
The upcountry track remained closed for rail traffic till the filing of this report at 9pm.
Railways terminus will be used by vehicles from Ngong Road whereas all high capacity PSV vehicles from upcountry will be stationed at the Machakos terminus.
The gas is largely used by domestic consumers, particularly in upcountry during the winter season as pipeline gas remained unavailable to these areas.
Four years ago, some 28 teachers from upcountry travelling from Mandera to Nairobi for their end-year vacation were killed when Al-Shabaab extremists attacked their bus in what was a calculated elimination of non-locals.There was a public outcry with upcountry teachers vowing not to return to that region.
3.30 pm while Allama Iqbal Express, Karakoram Express and Business Train would also set off for the journey to the upcountry from Hyderabad till 6.15 pm.
He added that, control room of the device will be located at Summatra Mikocheni office which will monitor the movement of all registered upcountry buses.
The gala event was held at company's 100 township project, Upcountry located at Yamuna Expressway which gave a feeling of country-side to the visitors.
Semmsu has since been beaten off a mark of 80 in handicap company but a reproduction of that effort would probably be good enough for Upcountry to break his maiden in this weaker contest.
The investigators are tight-lipped about the transactions to the upcountry and are only saying that the upcountry means the NWFP.
Melissa Walker's book, All We Know Was to Farm: Rural Women in the Upcountry South, 1919-1941 is a fascinating account of twentieth-century rural America that should be read by all those interested in class relations, commercial agriculture, industrialization, the role of the state, and gender roles.
Since 1992, through the Upcountry Writing Project, upstate South Carolina teachers have helped students in K-12 classrooms write for and about their communities.