Division (country subdivision)
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A division is a type of administrative division of some Asian and African countries, as well as a sub-division of entities in England. Some have been dissolved or been renamed.
|divisions of Bangladesh||Asia||1st||after Districts of Bangladesh|
|divisions of Cameroon (also called departments)||Africa||2nd||below provinces of Cameroon|
|divisions of the Gambia||Africa||1st||renamed to regions|
|divisions of India||Asia||2nd||below states of India|
|divisions of Malaysia||Asia||2nd||subdivisions of two of the states of Malaysia: Sabah and Sarawak|
|divisions of Myanmar||Asia||1st||renamed to regions, per 2008 Constitution|
|divisions of Pakistan||Asia||2nd||below Provinces of Pakistan dissolved in 2000, partially re-established in 2008|
|divisions of Tanzania||Africa||3rd||below regions and districts|
Some of the hundreds and wapentakes in England (both historic subdivisions of the historic counties) were subdivided into divisions. Also a number of the Wards of the City of London are, or were, divided into two divisions.
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