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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.
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southlander

(ˈsaʊθˌlændə)
n
(Peoples) a person from the south
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His thesis is that Southlanders have become 'afraid of the immaterial' and thus people 'without passion or conviction'.
They were eastern Southlanders, to be sure, and fully conscious of it, but, bigger than that, they were New Zealanders.
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He was already a patron of RTLNZ and became the spokesperson for the newly formed Southlanders for Life.
Only two hours from Boston, and just over two and a half from Worcester, Waterville is the closest truly big mountain to us southlanders.
Highway patrol supervisor Sergeant Geoff Sutherland said there were few incidents because Southlanders were being vigilant and keeping their speed down, but he was concerned by the number of complaints about tourists.