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an area subject to rule by an outside power

a particular area used for or associated with a specific individual or activity

a sphere of activity, experience, study, or interest

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Those who know him say that, for him, it all comes with the territory of empire building.
Looking at it all, I remark that in Brazil, the baroque comes with the territory.
Unfortunately, learning to fend off these attacks and not letting them bother you comes with the territory of being a teenager.
That comes with the territory and at present there's not a lot I can do to stem the internet chatter.
While some sports people today seem to think abusing the referee, getting drunk and brawling in the street comes with the territory, John Charles was never booked, let alone sent off, in his whole career.
But don't feel embarrassed about it, because it simply comes with the territory.
I don't know if it just comes with the territory or it's a yearning in homosexual people to strut that stage and flaunt it.
But it comes with the territory of being one of the best players in the world.
Nursery nurse Claire understands it comes with the territory of being a forces wife.
Summary: Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher insists speculation over the future of manager Rafael Benitez comes with the territory at Anfield.
I respect that some patrons have major disagreement with us, but that comes with the territory.
The media reaction comes with the territory but it was a bit of a surprise.
But Strachan added: "We have had a very hectic schedule, but that comes with the territory.
Playing for my country means everything and handling pressure comes with the territory.
Kirshner, who has the blessing of the Federal Aviation Administration and is abiding by his land-use permits, says that he is trying to keep traffic noise to a minimum, but that a certain amount comes with the territory.