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What is the difference between Central America and Middle America?
February 26, 2010 6:18PM
Middle America is a realm of Mexico, Central America, and the greater and lesser Antilles. Central America consists only of Guatemala, The Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Belize.
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Middle America is a term that is sometimes used for all the lands between the us and south America how is the middle America different from central America?
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Middle America is a term that is sometimes used for all lands between the US and south America How is Middle America different from Central America?
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Is the middle America is different from Central America?
How is Middle America different from Central America?
Middle America is larger than Central America, and itself engulfs Central America. It comprises of Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean (Colombia and Venezuela are sometimes grouped in Middle America as well). Central America comprises of the countries located between Mexico and Colombia (Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama).
Middle America is a term that is sometimes used for all the lands between the us and south America how is middle America different from central America?
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What is the difference between middle and central america?
Middle America is a term that most commonly refers to the central United States that includes the Ohio Valley, central and northern Mississippi Valley and Central plains to the Rockies. The area generally does not include "The South" meaning that Texas, Kentucky and sometimes Arkansas are not considered "middle America" Middle can also sometimes mean the American (United States) economic middle class. And it can mean the "average" American (United States) citizens. In some circumstances it can mean all three of these things at the same time. Essentially when some one is talking about "middle America" they are talking about average people of average means from the central US with "average" values. When American (United States) politicians campaign talking about middle America, this is what they are describing. Central America is the name of the swath of land that connects North America with South America containing the countries of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. Mexico is also sometimes considered part of Central America, but generally it is listed as part of North America.
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Middle America refers to the central region of the United States. * As an area it implies an economy of mostly agricultural, mining, and heavy industry. * As a people it means 'average' or 'regular' people of traditional values and beliefs. Central America refers to the geographic central area of the continents North and South America. Central America is the narrower land bridge between the two continents, from Mexico in the north to Panama in the south.