Usage examples for territorially

  1. Territorially the old Teutonic mark consisted of three divisions. – American Political Ideas Viewed From The Standpoint Of Universal History by John Fiske
  2. The function of the territorially elected Parliament will, in Germany, and probably everywhere, become more and more that of an Upper House; while the industrially elected Congress will be the creative and constructive institution. – The New Germany by George Young
  3. Western and Christian Europe was placed, territorially, beyond reach of attacks from the foreigner and infidel. – A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times Volume I. of VI. by Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot
  4. In dealing with the cathedrals of the north, territorially, we have to consider those examples which are generally accepted as being all that a cathedral church should be. – The Cathedrals of Northern France by Francis Miltoun
  5. In 1700 the Ponka were indicated on De l'Isle's map, though they were not then segregated territorially from the Omaha. – The Siouan Indians by W. J. McGee
  6. Few, indeed, of the Liberal Party held Chesterton's ideal- an England territorially small, spiritually great. – Gilbert Keith Chesterton by Maisie Ward
  7. Of profound moment under any circumstances, they were doubly so now that the United States was territorially involved. – The Path of Empire A Chronicle of the United States as a World Power, Volume 46 in The Chronicles of America Series by Carl Russell Fish
  8. These numerous families are territorially so restricted, and usually so small in numbers, that they almost form the equivalent of the tribe in other regions of North America, that is to say, of a subdivision of the family. – The Religion of the Indians of California by A. L. Kroeber
  9. Territorially, this approaches an equal division, with the characteristics of architectural forms well nigh as equally divided. – The Cathedrals of Northern France by Francis Miltoun
  10. Thus permanently to forbid a numerous, growing, and territorially cramped nation to possess overseas colonies for its superfluous population while overburdening others with possessions which they are unable to utilize, would constitute a negation of one of the basic principles of the new ordering. – The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference by Emile Joseph Dillon
  11. When we speak of the public we do not necessarily mean the world, nor the nation, nor even the state; but the word public, in a legal sense, may stand for any legal political organization, territorially defined, and intrusted in any degree with the administration of its own affairs. – Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions by George S. Boutwell
  12. By degrees she fell away from the land across the channel and became absorbed in the kingdom of which she was territorially a natural part. – The Story of Rouen by Sir Theodore Andrea Cook
  13. A glance at the map shows that, territorially speaking, it is the great body of the Republic. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  14. Denominationally, there is much unsoundness in Scotland; territorially, there is very little. – Leading Articles on Various Subjects by Hugh Miller
  15. The geographical location is indicated by counties but since his field of observation embraces Calaveras and Tuolumne counties, it coincides territorially quite exactly with the other two lists. – The Aboriginal Population of the San Joaquin Valley, California by Sherburne F. Cook
  16. Early Babylonian and Early Assyrian " empire," therefore, meant, territorially, no more than a geographical area throughout which an emperor could, and did, raid without encountering effective opposition. – The Ancient East by D. G. Hogarth