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  • the Northern Hemisphere
    the Northern Hemisphere

    the Northern Hemisphere, the half of the world's surface lying north of the equator

  • London
    London

    London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom

  • Great Britain
    Great Britain

    Great Britain (The largest island of the British Isles. It includes the countries of England, Scotland and Wales. Together with Northern Ireland it makes up the United Kingdom.)

  • Middlesex
    Middlesex

    the traditional county of Middlesex in the UK

  • Northern Europe
    Northern Europe

    Northern Europe, the northern part or region of Europe

  • England
    England

    England, the region of the United Kingdom

  • the United Kingdom
    the United Kingdom

    the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

  • Western Europe
    Western Europe

    Western Europe, the region comprising the westerly countries of Europe

  • Greater London
    Greater London

    Greater London, the top-level administrative subdivision covering London, England, United Kingdom

  • the world
    the world

    the world (the geographical area corresponding to the entire surface area of planet earth)

  • England and Wales
    England and Wales
    England and Wales

    England and Wales, the area consisting of the countries England and Wales

  • the British Isles
    the British Isles

    the British Isles (Great Britain and Ireland and adjacent islands in the north Atlantic)

  • the G8 (the group of eight industrialised nations)

  • the United Kingdom and the Channel Islands

    the United Kingdom and the Channel Islands, the places which use +44 as their telephone country code

  • US postal Group 5, theUS overseas postal group containing Andorra

  • the London telephone code area

    the London telephone code area, the area of the UK that uses +44.20 as their local telephone area code

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  • the European Union, an economic union of member states, located primarily in Europe, established by the 1993 Maastricht Treaty on the basis of the pre-existing European Economic Community

  • the British time region

    the British time region, the area that uses BST and GMT as their local time

  • Eurasia (the super-continent consisting of both the traditional continents of Europe and Asia)

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  • Europe (the traditional continent starting at the Atlantic and ending at the Ural mountains in Russia)

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