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  1. provincesnoun

    The part of a country outside of the capital, major cities, etc., and regarded as being rustic or parochial; a hinterland. See provincial.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of provinces in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of provinces in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of provinces in a Sentence

  1. Health Minister Felix Kabange:

    I declare today a localized epidemic of yellow fever in the provinces of Kinshasa, Kongo Central and Kwango.

  2. Steve Trent:

    Those personal fiefdoms, those small territories that exist in the ports and provinces where the worst of this is happening, has to be pulled under the control of Bangkok.

  3. Andrew Young:

    I think our real niche was hope, if I could put it that way, there wasn't much hope in terms of the constant lockdowns, increase in cases, closed down schools. So to me Vaccine Hunters Canada represented hope and the niche that it filled is that it connected all the provinces with its rollout strategies so we had a consolidated platform for Canadians nationwide.

  4. Mohammad Hashim:

    It is increasingly getting very difficult to destroy standing crops due to the fighting and the increased Taliban control in poppy-yielding provinces.

  5. Zhang Bin:

    Many cities in China, including the northeastern provinces, use coal as the major heat generator, which pushes up air pollution levels.

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