What Is the Definition of Province?

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A province is a geographical division of a country, usually the division has to do with a religious boundary of some sort, the leadership falling to an archbishop.
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Answer Province describes a political or geographic area smaller than nation, but larger than district or city. A province is roughly equivalent to a state. "I live in the province
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Zhejiang (浙江). It's like China's California. By. income per capita of urban residents of 2012., these are the top 5: 1) Shanghai Municipality. 2) Beijing Municipality.
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They would have to be something other than these provinces below: Alberta. British Columbia. Manitoba. New Brunswick. Newfoundland and Labrador. Nova Scotia. Ontario. Prince Edward
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Uruguay has 19 so called "Departamentos" which would be kind of "provinces" in other countries. 19 different self-governed "departamentos" which depends
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prov·ince
[prov-ins]
NOUN
1.
an administrative division or unit of a country.
2.
a country, territory, district, or region.
3.
4.
a department or branch of learning or activity: the province of mathematics.
5.
sphere or field of activity or authority, as of a person; office, function, or business: Such decisions do not lie within his province.
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