The territorial sects have a history of shady hijinks that have kept them all continuously on edge.
As a discipline, graffiti is fiercely competitive, territorial, and dominated by men.
But it will not be the harbinger of territorial compromise or respect for international law.
For the first time, Milosevic realized how far his territorial concessions had gone.
Finally, the President also needs to demonstrate that he gets why Israelis have turned away from territorial withdrawals.
And the territorial army scheme, to which I was persuaded to consent—was it secretly directed to the same end?
They were the first territorial troops who fought in the war.
This great increase of the naval and territorial power of Great Britain excited apprehension at home as well as jealousies abroad.
Twenty-three battalions of territorial infantry were sent to France in 1914.
A chest of tea is not necessarily commercial property; it may have been bought out of the territorial revenue.
1768, from Late Latin territorialis, from territorium (see territory). In reference to British regiments, from 1881. Territorial army "British home defense" is from 1908. Territorial waters is from 1841; territorial imperative "animal need to claim and defend territory" is from 1966.