Introduction The region is a term that has been around for a while.

A region is the geographical area in which a country’s population lives, but in the context of a region, the geographical areas that make up a country.

A country’s borders are typically defined in terms of these geographical areas.

For example, in the United States, New York City is a single state and therefore is not part of the country of New York.

A nation’s borders, however, can be defined by a region.

For instance, Australia is a region that includes the island of Tasmania.

The word “region” is used here to refer to a geographic area, not the country’s geographic area.

Regions are often subdivided into geographic areas, such as a “regional area,” a “land area,” and a “urban area.”

The word is also used to refer only to those geographic areas within a country, not to the entire country.

For more on the concept of geographic areas and the geographic region, see this article on the topic.

In addition, countries can use the word region in reference to their national borders, while other countries use the term regional.

A map of a country (as of July 1, 2018) with a regional border.

The word “regions” can also refer to an area that exists within a particular geographic area and is not the nation’s.

A “regulatory area” is an area in the US, for example, that is not governed by the federal government.

Regions can be subdivided to include other geographic areas.

These include “urban areas,” which are areas in which most people live, and “regressive regions,” which have higher crime rates and higher levels of poverty than the rest of the nation.

In the US and other developed nations, the term “regression” is commonly used to describe countries that have undergone a major geographic change.

The term “social and economic transition” is a popular term used to label countries undergoing such a transition.

Some regions are not geographical regions at all.

These are known as “superregions,” and they are regions that are large enough to affect the whole country and that are not in a geographical region.

In the United Kingdom, there are several regions known as the “Northern England region.”

These are regions with a population density of more than 500 people per square mile.

Other regions are known in other countries as “social regions,” and these include countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa.