Geo-Virtual Territorial Conflict
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\ˌjē-ə-\ˈvər-chə-wəl, -chəl; ˈvərch-wəl\ˌter-ə-ˈtȯr-ē-əl\ˈkän-ˌflikt\

Etymology: geo (Latin, from Greek geō-, from gē) + virtual (Middle English, efficacious, potential, from Medieval Latin virtualis, from Latin virtus strength, virtue) + territory (Middle English, from Latin territorium, literally, land around a town, from terra land ) + conflict (Middle English, from Latin conflictus act of striking together, from confligere to strike together, from com- + fligere to strike — more at profligate)
Function: combining form + adjective + adjective + noun

1: the conflict that arises as geo-virtual information may represent territorial boundaries or issues that can be confronted by local politics.


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