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northern in Geography topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnorthernnor‧thern, Northern /ˈnɔːðən $ ˈnɔːrðərn/ ●●● S2 W2 adjective (written abbreviation N)  SGin or from the north of a country or area a man with a northern accent Northern Europe
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northernIt was his voice and his northern accent.Mr Hattersley, in Darlington to meet Labour's northern candidates, said he would make extra police manpower a top priority.Alongside these individual contributions, Gloucester's northern connection also provided the muscle behind his coup.It is in the north that Richard's power was greatest and he is now usually regarded as a northern figure.This would help ensure the poorer countries did not repeat the environmental mistakes of the northern hemisphere as they pursued economic development.northern MarylandBy the twentieth century, it was still active, maintaining a theological school at Nisibis in northern Mesopotamia.Like the provincial nobility of the northern provinces, this was a working nobility.Ciudad Juarez, on the border with Texas in the northern state of Chihuahua.