Similar words: continent, continue, continued, continuing, continuous, subconsciously, contentious, a bone of contention. Meaning: [‚sʌb'kɑntnənt /'kɒntɪnənt] n. a large and distinctive landmass (as India or Greenland) that is a distinct part of some continent.
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1. Kenyon cries out from the dark subcontinent of her soul.
2. It is a subcontinent of many religions, many languages, many ethnic groups, and many skin colors.
3. Democracy in the subcontinent has always been a perilous business.
4. Beyond this ocean lies the rich subcontinent of India.
5. Eastern Europe ( Former Soviet Union ), Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia.
6. Current, to far east, southeast Asia and Indian subcontinent complete canalage course already amounted to 24.
7. Before the time the Muslims invaded the subcontinent, the new forms of South Indian bhakti were spreading beyond the bounds of the Dravidian south.
8. The violence polarised communities on the subcontinent as never before.
9. He has written a book about the history of railways in the subcontinent.
10. They come from all over the world, though the bulk is from the Indian subcontinent.
11. Yet today eunuchs have apparently died out everywhere except in the subcontinent.
12. This is because there is no organised nuclear peace movement in the subcontinent to provide a focus for the disarmament constituency.
13. Later, it tried in vain to conquer the whole of the subcontinent.
14. For those with limited experience of overseas Test matches, especially in the subcontinent, this is the inescapable conclusion.
15. During the days of the Raj, a train journey across the subcontinent could take a week.
16. Roshan has only appeared in one film, but he is already a superstar on the subcontinent.
17. Rinderpest: Acute, highly contagious viral disease of ruminants (including wild cloven-hoofed ones), common in Africa, the Indian subcontinent, and the Middle East.
18. Ethnic aliens belong to one of three groups : Asians from the Indian subcontinent, Arabs and europeans.
19. Ayurveda namely a system of health attention that has existed above the Indian subcontinent because hundreds of years.
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20. Seasonal runoff from glaciers such as Naimona'nyi feeds the Indus, Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers in that part of the Asian subcontinent.
21. The huge popularity of swarovski in India has spawned a massive counterfeit crystal industry subcontinent.
22. The Himalayas prevent cold Central Asian katabatic winds from blowing in, keeping the bulk of the Indian subcontinent warmer than most locations at similar latitudes.
23. The great munificence in terms of resources and converts of the very many royals in subcontinent and central asia greatly aided its growth.
24. Moreover, the presence of Dravidian speakers throughout the whole subcontinent at any time in history is not attested.
25. Most of the world's new cases are reported in the subcontinent.
26. Tick typhus is actually a form of Spotted fever in Africa and the Indian subcontinent.
27. In east Asia they're known as typhoons and in the Indian subcontinent as cyclones.
28. But the problem has been particularly acute in the Indian subcontinent.
29. These are also the oldest surviving art of the historic period in the Indian subcontinent.
30. The oppressive heat of the Deccan plateau has moved over the Indian Ocean, leaving a subcontinent with a pleasantly cool north and a languorously warm south.
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