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Victoria


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    • us: Vic
    • us: فيكتوريا
    • us: Fīktūriyā
    • us: Viktoriya
    • us: Штат Вікторыя
    • us: Shtat Viktoryi︠a︡
    • us: Вікторыя
    • us: Viktoryi︠a︡
    • us: Виктория
    • us: Viktorii︠a︡
    • us: Βικτώρια
    • us: Viktōria
    • us: Viktorio
    • us: Vì-tô-li-â-chû
    • us: 빅토리아 주
    • us: Pikt'oria-ju
    • us: 빅토리아
    • us: Pikt'oria
    • us: Виктори
    • us: Viktori
    • us: ויקטוריה
    • us: Ṿiḳṭoryah
    • us: Viktorija
    • us: Vitöia
    • us: Викторија
    • us: Викториа
    • us: ビクトリア州
    • us: Bikutoria-shū
    • us: ビクトリア
    • us: Bikutoria
    • us: Wiktoreya
    • us: Wiktoria
    • us: Vitória
    • us: Вікторія
    • us: 維多利亞州
    • us: Weiduoliya zhou
    • us: Wei duo li ya zhou
    • us: 維多利亞
    • us: Weiduoliya
    • us: Wei duo li ya
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    • found: Australian Publicity Council. Victorian Division. Victoria, 1952?
    • found: A history of the Port Phillip District, 1996: t.p. (Victoria before separation) p. 248, etc. (Port Phillip; became Victoria under the Separation Act which passed in 1850 and took effect July 1, 1851)
    • found: Wikipedia, Feb. 21, 2013 (Victoria (abbreviated as Vic.) is a state in the south-east of Australia. Geographically the smallest mainland state, Victoria is bordered by New South Wales to the north, the Tasman Sea to the east, the Bass Strait and Tasmania to the south, and South Australia to the west. Australia's most densely-populated state, most of Victoria's population is concentrated in the area surrounding Port Phillip, including the capital and largest city, Melbourne, which is also Australia's second-largest city overall)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 23, 2014: Arabic page (فيكتوريا = Fīktūriyā) Azerbaijani page (Viktoriya [in roman]) Belarusian page (Штат Вікторыя = Shtat Viktoryi︠a︡; Вікторыя = Viktoryi︠a︡) Bulgarian page (Виктория = Viktorii︠a︡) Greek page (Βικτώρια = Viktōria) Esperanto page (Viktorio) Hakka page (Vì-tô-li-â-chû) Korean page (빅토리아 주 = Pikt'oria-ju) Ossetic page (Виктори = Viktori) Hebrew page (ויקטוריה = Ṿiḳṭoryah) Latvian page (Viktorija) Ligure page (Vitöia) Macedonian page (Викторија = Viktorija) Mongolian page (Викториа = Viktoria) Japanese page (ビクトリア州 = Bikutoria-shū) Norfuk/Pitkern page (Wiktoreya) Polish page (Wiktoria) Portuguese page (Vitória) Russian page (Виктория = Viktorii︠a︡) Ukrainian page (Вікторія = Viktorii︠a︡) Chinese page (維多利亞州 = Weiduoliya zhou)
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    • 1979-06-19: new
    • 2014-05-29: revised
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