Quotes with territory
A state attacked by another which renews an old claim rarely yields it without a war: it prefers to defend its territory, as is always more honorable. But it may be advantageous to take the offensive, instead of awaiting the attack on the frontiers.
Art of War. Originally published in 1862.
Life-as-it-could-be is a territory we can only study by first creating it.
Out of Control: The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems and the Economic World (1995)
Our country has been influenced by France more than most people have any idea. Our capital city was laid out by a Frenchman, the size of the country more than doubled when France sold us the Louisiana territory; the French helped in the Revolution; French names of cities, towns and rivers are scattered all across the country.