|redivide into districts, repartition into regions||redistrict|
|according to divisions, regionally, according to districts||sectionally|
|act of dividing into districts, act of partitioning into regions||sectoring|
|act of gerrymandering, divide a voting district in a discriminatory manner (for the benefit of a particular candidate); falsify; distort, pervert, manipulated electoral area, try to get extra votes unfairly, unfair division of voting districts in order...||gerrymander|
|allocate something to regions, divide something into regions||regionalize|
|any of a number of birds that inhabit snowy regions (i.e. the junco and the snow bunting); person who moves to a warm climate during the winter (Slang); drug addict who sniffs cocaine (Slang), bird seen in winter, winter traveler to a warmer climate||snowbird|
|any of number of mouselike rodents that live in arctic or northern regions, doomed conformist, subarctic rodent||lemming|
|any of several brightly colored birds from the family Trogonidae (native to tropical regions of the Americas), brightly colored tropical bird, see also:quetzal||trogon|
|any of several species of bird from the grouse family, grouse of cold regions||ptarmigan|
|any of several species of large deer inhabiting arctic and sub-arctic regions, caribou, large Arctic deer||reindeer|
|any species of slender long-tailed monkey from the genus Cercocebus (native to forest regions of Africa), large African monkey||mangabey|
|Arctic or Greenland people, Innuit, language of Inuit, member of the people who inhabit Arctic regions of North America and Greenland (called Eskimo in Algonquian), native people who inhabit Arctic regions of North America and Greenland (called Eskimo ...||Inuit|
|aromatic evergreen shrub, evergreen shrub which grows in Mediterranean regions (used in perfumes, medications, and as a spice)||rosemary|
|around the North and South Pole, in polar regions||circumpolar|
|be evasive, carnivorous mammal having a long slender brown body with short legs and a long tail (some species in northern regions turn white in the winter); (Slang) cunning or sneaky person (derogatory), evade, escape; fool, lead astray, be ambiguous; ...||weasel|
|belonging to mountainous regions, living in mountainous areas, dwelling in mountains||montane|
|bend, bend (Past participle), corrupt, crosswise support, curved, determined, grass of temperate regions, grass stalk, inclination, tendency; aptitude, natural talent; partiality, fondness, inclined; corrupt; crazy; gay, homosexual; determined, natural...||bent|
|between boroughs, between districts||interborough|
|bigfoot, legendary humanoid creature of NW America, legendary monster with huge feet that supposedly lives in snowy mountain regions, Sasquatch||Bigfoot|
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