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territorial

[ter′ətôr′ē·əl]
Etymology: L, territorium, district
a type of body movement that aids in communication. A territorial will frame an interaction and define an individual's "territory." See also territoriality.
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will have territorially defeated Daesh, prevented Iran and the regime from taking control of the Iraqi-Syrian border, and helped to install a semblance of local Sunni Arab-majority rule.
Extraterritorial rules and territorially limited rules require courts to do little to determine territorial scope, as they contain a clear statement of either extraterritoriality or nonextraterritoriality.
The Court of First Instance held that where the infringement is confined to a given group of member states where a risk of confusion results from a relation of dependence with respect to language use in each territory, the effects of the decision will be limited territorially (Cases Armacell T-172/05, Grupo El Prado Cervera T-117/02).
Instead to know the reality of things, one needs to address why Palestinians are targets of Israeli force, even though it territorially separated them from its citizens in 2005?
Croatia's rich and complex past includes eras when it was territorially and/or administratively divided between various states, and even times when the threat of extinction loomed.
Bogie said: "We were solid defensively and territorially we had the lion's share of the game, but it was a game of few chances.
But despite dominating the tie territorially, the Bairns couldn't force Alan Combe into a save and they paid for the price on the half hour when Naismith struck.
Building on the work of Thomas Pogge, Kuper envisions a global-federative scheme comprising multiple levels of territorially nested jurisdictions.
The Spanish absolutist monarchy formalized this process of communal identification, benefiting from the sale of liberty proceeds and providing an appellate court system for the territorially aggressive communities of Castile.
But Sharon has vowed not to negotiate regarding Jerusalem under any circumstances, that large West Bank settlement blocs will be retained and territorially connected to Israel, and that Palestinians refugees of 1948 will not be allowed to return to Israel.
He argues that the state is more than a social and political arena, since it is territorially bounded and centralized, something no other group in society can claim.
Predating modern history and territorially grounded in a sliver of land, the conflict lately embodies what New York Times columnist Thomas L.