Occidental

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The most common use of Occidental is as a Eurocentric term which refers to Western Europe or to the Western Europe and all countries, such as the United States, Canada, and Australia, who were former colonies of a Western European country and are predominantly populated by people of European ancestry, or to the cultural values which are commonly held or commonly thought to be held by Western countries.

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It may also refer to:

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