This conquest has brought instability to unexpected parts of the region.
In mid-summer, as the epidemic swept through the region, schools closed one by one.
(currently, immigrants from the region do not need visas to work in Russia) to race-based obscenities.
Malaysian Airlines itself is one of the largest and most experienced in the region, with a good safety record.
But in a way, his visit is confirmation of a region on the rise.
I remember that it was a cold day for that region, and that snow was falling.
There was no doubt we could operate from this region, and secure the capture of the fugitives.
In the creation of this region nothing was overlooked that might appeal to the most fastidious.
For here, at last, we were in the heart of the region of laurels, which we had come to see.
The Central Lakes have a very perceptible influence on the climate of the region.
c.1300, "tract of land of a considerable but indefinite extent," from Anglo-French regioun, Old French region "land, region, province" (12c.), from Latin regionem (nominative regio) "a district, portion of a country, territory, district; a direction, line; boundary line, limit," noun of state from past participle stem of regere "to direct, rule" (see regal). Phrase in the region of "about" (of numbers, etc.) is recorded from 1961.
region re·gion (rē'jən)
An area of the body having natural or arbitrary boundaries.
A portion of the body having a special nervous or vascular supply.
A part of an organ with a special function.