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Region: A Definition

animism a belief that lifeless objects have spirits
climate the average weather of a region over a long period
continent a large land mass
desert a barren region that has little or no rainfall
equator the imaginary line dividing the Northern Hemispher and the Southern Hemishere
middle latitudes a climatic region halfway between the equator and the poles
interdependent unable to work or functio without each other within a group
Islam the religion founded by Mohammed
Judeo-Christian the culture of the Western world
nationalism the belief that a nation would be better off acting alone rather than with other nations
prime meridian the imaginary line that separates the Eastern Hemisphere and the Western Hemisphere
region an area having a dominant characteristic
secular ideologies nonreligious ways of looking at the world
superficial on the surface , trivial , not significant
tropics the hot region near the equator
Created by: daisy37311