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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. Having a common boundary.
2. Confined within one common boundary.
3. Having the same scope, in time, meaning, etc.
From Latin con- (with) + terminus (boundary, limit). Earliest documented use: 1631.
"Bob Greene estimates he has performed in all 48 states in the conterminous United States."
Steve Stout; Illinois Musician's Father Drove Him to Circus Career; The Carmi Times (Illinois); Jun 5, 2011.
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