Territory may refer to:
- Territory (country subdivision), a non-sovereign geographic region
- States and territories of Australia, administrative subdivisions of Australia
- British Overseas Territories
- Provinces and territories of Canada, administrative subdivisions of Canada with fewer powers of self-government than provinces
- Overseas territory (France)
- Territoire de Belfort, a French département that retains its historical name from 1871–1919
- Union Territory, administrative subdivisions in India
- Territories of the United States
- Unorganized territory (in USA and Canada)
- Sales territory
- Territorial tax systems (vs. residency based or hybrid)
- Territoriality (nonverbal communication), how people use space to communicate ownership/occupancy of areas and possessions
Other articles related to "territory":
... Powers reserved to the states No State, territory, or possession of the United States, or Indian tribe, shall be required to give effect to any public act, record ...
... The Order of Polaris is given out by the Government of Yukon Territory in Canada for great service to the territory service to the people of the ... The medal and scroll were presented by the Commissioner of the Yukon Territory (or designate) at a ceremony in Edmonton ...
... Geary County was formed on August 30, 1855 as an original county from open, free territory ... It was among the first 33 counties established by the territory government ... Geary, an early Governor of the Kansas Territory ...
... The Australian Capital Territory contains 8 separate protected areas with a total land area of 1,230 km² (50.59% of the territory's area) ... They are managed on territory level by Environment ACT ...
... following the Gadsden Purchase, Sahuarita would become a part of the Territory of New Mexico, in the United States of America ... the area, generally moving westward to Papago territory ...
Famous quotes containing the word territory:
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—Erica Jong (20th century)
“Size is not grandeur, and territory does not make a nation.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)
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—Nicholson Baker (b. 1957)