The report by Benjamin Dachis and William Robson tracks Canadian performance by province over the course of the past decade.
The cleric was apparently a member of the government-run Friday Prayers Committee in Hamadan province.
In the province of Aleppo, the army has largely ceased ground operations.
But Syria says the jet had been on a mission to attack rebel forces in the province of Latakia and never crossed into Turkey.
A senior Kabul-government official in eastern Paktia province tells The Daily Beast he agrees.
The tranquillity of entire subjugation followed these events in the province.
They are not the principles of a province or of a single continent.
No Secretary cherished the delusion that he was running the province.
The Ridiculous only, as I have before said, falls within my province in the present work.
The soldiers of the province of Kan-Sou fulfilled their functions like thorough Chinese.
early 14c., "country, territory, region," from Old French province "province, part of a country; administrative region for friars" (13c.) and directly from Latin provincia "territory outside Italy under Roman domination," also "a public office; public duty," of uncertain origin, usually explained as pro- "before" + vincere "to conquer" (see victor); but this does not suit the earliest Latin usages. Meaning "one's particular business or expertise" is from 1620s.