Six Counties


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Six Counties

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1. (Historical Terms) the historic counties of Northern Ireland, which no longer have a local government function
2. (Placename) the historic counties of Northern Ireland, which no longer have a local government function
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The constitution of New York makes no other provision for LOCALITY of elections, than that the members of the Assembly shall be elected in the COUNTIES; those of the Senate, in the great districts into which the State is or may be divided: these at present are four in number, and comprehend each from two to six counties.
Two European governments have donated Sh2 billion to six counties to improve water and sanitation services.
Southern Californians bought houses in record numbers during June despite prices hitting all-time highs in each of the region's six counties, an industry tracker said Monday.
Ireland--excluding six counties in the north, which are part of the United Kingdom--remains an overwhelmingly Roman Catholic country.
Part 2 of the draft bill, which would apply in the Six Counties, has the potential for draconian consequences for fundamental civil and human rights.
Five of the six counties are classified as rural, and two of these counties have industry clusters.
To date we have entertained students from each of the school districts of the six counties involved in the SCFD.
In the study, 33,000 welfare recipients in six counties were tracked for three years.