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south·land

or South·land  (south′lănd′, -lənd)
n.
A region in the south of a country or an area.

south′land·er n.

southland

(ˈsaʊθˌlænd)
n
(Physical Geography) the southern part of a country or area

south•land

(ˈsaʊθ lənd, -ˌlænd)

n.
1. a southern area.
2. the southern part of a country.
[before 1000]
south′land`er, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.southland - any region lying in or toward the south
region - a large indefinite location on the surface of the Earth; "penguins inhabit the polar regions"
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Quite different was it from the ordinary snow known to those of the Southland. It was hard, and fine, and dry.
With this gracious speech Glinda dismissed the adventurers, and they wandered away through the beautiful gardens, where they passed several hours enjoying all the delightful things with which the Queen of the Southland had surrounded her royal palace.
"We know the Southland community has been asking for a direct service for some time and we look forward to locals getting behind it.
The company will continue to operate under the Southland brand following the acquisition.
When it comes to food, the Southland offers a plethora of eateries where you can sample the area's best or customize your own little food tour.
"We are excited to add the Southland Title team to the Stewart Title family," said Buddy Barrett, Division President, Tennessee Direct Operations.
Located at 670 Monterey Pass Road, Suite 210, the Southland Aikido School is the only Monterey Park Aikido school directly affiliated with the United States Aikido Federation (USAF), with direct affiliation with the Aikikai World Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.
In November, she was also presented with honorary life membership of the New Zealand HIV/AIDS Foundation in recognition of her years of hard work and drive in the Southland area.
The Southland Sanitation purchase includes 14 major residential municipal contracts covering about 56,000 homes in three counties.
The Lions worked their way into the Southland 22 and Henson put Murphy into space, but the Ireland star ignored left wing Denis Hickie outside him and was collared.
Wing Denis Hickie and centre Ollie Smith took play to within touching distance of the Southland line, and when possession was recycled, Henson stepped inside his opposite number to stretch out and claim a score that O'Gara converted.
Wing Denis Hickie and centre Ollie Smith took play to within touching distance of the Southland line and, when possession was recycled, Henson stepped inside his opposite number to claim a score which O'Gara converted.