|conference discussing territory after Napoleonic Wars||Congress of Vienna|
|(slang) stupid and distracted person, a ditz (usually in reference to a woman); enemy-controlled territory secured by paratroops, bubblehead, secured enemy territory, vacuous person||airhead|
|a service mark for the championship game of the National Football League played each year between the champions of the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference||Super Bowl|
|ability to penetrate, attack that enters enemy territory, degree of success in a market, depth projectile goes into a target, entering or passing through, insertion of penis, passing into, piercing, permeation; understanding; comprehension||penetration|
|academic seminar, discussion meeting, conference at which a specific topic is analyzed and discussed||colloquium|
|accumulation or blockage, act of staying in a place overnight; act of being lodged; deposit, something entrusted; position built on conquered enemy land; place for lodging, inn, foothold in enemy territory, lodgement||lodgment|
|act as pioneer, first person to explore territory, first species to grow somewhere, go into unexplored territory, invent or develop new thing, inventor or innovator, pathfinder, forerunner; one who paves the way; member of a military engineering corps,...||pioneer|
|act of conducting a conference or meeting (esp. via electronic equipment, such as computers), holding of conference using information technology||conferencing|
|act of describing or discussing something, detailed description or discussion, displaying something to the public, exhibition or fair, opening section of a piece of music, public exhibition, show; clarification; opening section of a fugue (Music), reve...||exposition|
|act of overrunning, amount exceeding estimate, conquer enemy and territory, exceed limit, extra area at end of runway, extra quantity produced, invade; infest; swarm; triumph; exceed; print excess amount, invasion of country; infestation; extension; mi...||overrun|
|act of reconnoitering, gathering information in enemy territory; survey, collection of data, exploration to gather information, preliminary survey||reconnaissance|
|add something to something, attach a quality to something, attached document, attachment, auxiliary building, incorporate, append (territory, etc.); join, connect, see also:annexe, steal, take over territory||annex|
|addition of something, appending, attachment; territorial extension; connection, union, something added, taking possession of territory||annexation|
|additional territory claimed by Nazis, space for growth, territory which a country considers necessary for national survival or the growth of trade (especially referring to Nazi Germany)||lebensraum|
|administrative division of nation, area of knowledge, category for ranking vegetation, district, division; region, area; colony, ecclesiastical territory, nonmetropolitan parts of nation, region of Roman Empire||province|
|administrative unit, area of the body, area or aspect, territory, domain; field, area of activity or interest, sphere, ecological area, geographic area, large indefinite area, range within which figure falls||region|
|agreement for free service, assign colony to a nation, authoritative order, command, order; authorization granted from one body to a subordinate body; commission granted to a country to administer the affairs of a territory; mandated territory; order f...||mandate|
|ancient kingdom in the Mediterranean Sea region (was located on the territory of modern-day Syria, Lebanon and Israel)||Phoenicia|
|animal defense of territory, ranking of region as territory||territoriality|
|area of expertise, artificial grass, cover with turf, dense layer of grass, force somebody out, gang territory, ground-level layer of matted soil and plant roots; peat for use as fuel; racetrack for horse racing; area, territory (Slang); area of influe...||turf|
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