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In New York State, towns are not "part of" cities; they are distinct political entities with their own separate borders, and they do not overlap or contain each other. You can see on this map (Wikipedia but I couldn't find an official one that was as easy to read) that the Town of Henrietta and the City of Rochester are separate. In fact, they do ...


The United States of America. For example the Iran and Libya Sanctions Act attempted to prohibit non-US companies from doing business with those countries, and imposed penalties for non-compliant companies.

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