hinderland

hinderland

(ˈhɪndəˌlænd)
n
(Textiles) obsolete a type of linen cloth from Europe
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Traffic volumes in the area are currently moderate, but are likely to increase rapidly as the country~s economic liberalization program extends into the hinderland.
Garafalo, James and Maureen McLeod, "Improving the Effectiveness and Utilization of Neighborhood Watch Programs", unpublished report to the National Institute of Justice from the State University of New York at Albany, Hinderland Criminal Justice Research Center, 1986.
Southwest Cargo customers depend on Southwest adding new markets, flight schedules, and aircraft capacity to complement and extend their logistic supply-chain reach and value-added services to their customer base,' reports Southwest Director of Cargo Marketing Dave Hinderland.
Los discursos del republicanismo radical y del socialismo se convirtieron en una baza mas del gobierno frances a la hora de justificar una politica tenaz para lograr que Espana abandonase sus pretensiones en Marruecos o que las limitase al minimo del hinderland de sus plazas de soberania (46).
Francia es la causa de toda esta catastrofe: no deja a Viena con su pequeno Hinderland juntarse con Alemania para salvarse, ni deja que los capitalistas le presten dinero.
In Boston, Principal David Hinderland joins SH&E after 19 years with Southwest Airlines.