A principal administrative division of certain countries or empires
An area of special knowledge, interest, or responsibility
Canada's westernmost province
A former province of South Africa, containing the Cape of Good Hope. The area became a British colony in 1814; it was known as Cape Colony from then until 1910, when it joined the Union of South Africa. In 1994 it was divided into the provinces of Northern Cape, Western Cape, and Eastern Cape
An extensive area containing a number of oilfields that are geologically related.
The boundary or border of a province; specifically †the line of latitude marking the border between the province of Lower Canada and the United States (obsolete).
Extending throughout a province; relating to the whole of a province.
A zoogeographical province consisting of the littoral waters of Peru and Chile together with the Juan Fernández Islands.
With the. The province of Manitoba. Now historical.
Nickname for Quebec.
Of, relating to, or situated outside a particular province.
A largely arid region of the southwestern US, chiefly in Nevada, Utah, and California. The Great Basin and Death Valley are parts of the region
A province of northwestern Pakistan, on the border with Afghanistan; capital, Peshawar