Australian Dominion

Australia and its territories

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  • Dominion Day — /dəˈmɪnjən deɪ/ (say duh minyuhn day) noun (in Canada) a legal holiday, 1 July, celebrating Canada s formation as a dominion on 1 July 1867 …   Australian English dictionary

  • Dominion War — Part of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine …   Wikipedia

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  • Dominion Road — is an arterial road in Auckland, New Zealand, running north south across most of the central Isthmus. The road is also a major public transport route which carries 50,000 bus passengers each week,[1] making it one of the few roads in Auckland on… …   Wikipedia

  • Dominion Wrestling Union — Acronym DWU Founded 1929 Defunct 1962 Headquarters New Zealand The Dominion Wrestling Union (DWU) was the first professional wrestling promotion in …   Wikipedia

  • dominion — /dəˈmɪnjən / (say duh minyuhn) noun 1. the power or right of governing and controlling; sovereign authority. 2. rule or sway; control or influence. 3. a territory, usually of considerable size, in which a single rulership holds sway. 4. lands or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Dominion — This article is about the Dominions of the British Empire and of the Commonwealth of Nations. For other uses, see Dominion (disambiguation) A dominion, often Dominion,[1] refers to one of a group of autonomous polities that were nominally under… …   Wikipedia

  • Dominion of New Zealand — The Dominion of New Zealand is the former name of the Realm of New Zealand. Lord Plunket declaring New Zealand a Dominion, 1907 Originally administered from New South Wales, New Zealand became a direct British colony in 1841 and received a large… …   Wikipedia

  • Dominion —    From the latin dominus (“lord”), the term dominion means an area of rule or domination. The word was used in this sense to name the seventeenth century Dominion of New England and the “Old Dominion” of Virginia, both so named under the Stuarts …   Encyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800–1914

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