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western in Geography topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwesternwest‧ern1, Western /ˈwestən $ -ərn/ ●●● S2 W2 adjective (written abbreviation W)  1 SANSGin or from the west of a country or area the western end of the bay Western Australia2 relating to ideas and ways of doing things that come from Europe and the Americas Western philosophies country and western
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westernI had wanted to cross a relatively low pass at the western end of the range.Woman-centred psychology is grounded in a particular woman-centred form of western feminism.In western Iowa, there's not a whole lot to do.In addition there is a large western lunette window.The objectives of the western operations would have to be clearly defined from the start.There was a son who was married and living in western Pennsylvania.For hours we searched the forests on the western slopes - nothing.