upcountry

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or coming from the middle of a region or country
    upcountry districts
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How To Use upcountry In A Sentence

  • But upcountry, it can be a struggle just getting a computer into a classroom - and then it is shared by many pupils.
  • Though the wildlife is not as prolific as in the upcountry game parks, the beautiful rainforest and the spectacular Sheldrick Falls make it worth a visit.
  • Head upcountry and discover the uniquely blended Hawaiian, Portuguese, and Mexican cultures — still alive and well among Hawaiian paniolo (cowboys) on the island's giant ranches.
  • `That may well be," said Antoli, `but I bet they did not say ` upcountry " as if we were in Africa. KARA KUSH
  • Bodies and rotting vegetation, like a day-old battleground upcountry. VITALS
  • We call it upcountry marketing, paying attention to customers even in places away from the main urban centres.
  • The seasonal shopping spree is fuelled by the bonus paid by upcountry firms during this period.
  • Theodore Roosevelt received 20 percent of Alabama's presidential vote and ran especially well in the upcountry.
  • Some of us are happy that upcountry columnists at least take note of what is happening or not in our corner of the country.
  • Staying self-catering in upcountry Alentejo, you soon pick up the laid-back lifestyle.
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