North-West Frontier Province



[nawrth-west, -west] /ˈnɔrθˌwɛst, -ˈwɛst/

noun
1.
a province in Pakistan, bordering Punjab and Kashmir on the west: a former province of British India. 28,773 sq. mi. (77,516 sq. km).
Capital: Peshawar.
noun
1.
a province in N Pakistan between Afghanistan and Jammu and Kashmir: part of British India from 1901 until 1947; of strategic importance, esp for the Khyber Pass. Capital: Peshawar. Pop: 20 170 000 (2003 est). Area: 74 522 sq km (28 773 sq miles)

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