hinderland

hinderland

(ˈhɪndəˌlænd)
n
(Textiles) obsolete a type of linen cloth from Europe
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Furthermore, it was from her school experience in a region known as "the mouth of the Sao Paulo hinderland"--Araraquara and neighbor cities--and her activities in secondary teaching, that arose her first hypotheses linking learning and social and sanitary questions.
Garafalo, James and Maureen McLeod, "Improving the Effectiveness and Utilization of Neighborhood Watch Programs", unpublished report to the National Institute of Justice from the State University of New York at Albany, Hinderland Criminal Justice Research Center, 1986.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.