The license covers half the area of the Golan from the latitude of Katzrin in the north to Tzemach in the south.
The good news is that the “mostly guilty” verdict means that the judge has latitude in considering a sentence.
Or the party might allow an insider some latitude to edge back toward the political center.
late 14c., "breadth," from Old French latitude (13c.) and directly from Latin latitudo "breadth, width, extent, size," from latus "wide," from PIE root *stele- "to spread" (cf. Old Church Slavonic steljo "to spread out," Armenian lain "broad"). Geographical sense also is from late 14c., literally "breadth" of a map of the known world. Figurative sense of "allowable degree of variation" is early 15c. Related: Latitudinal.