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    santhoshsocial
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    What is a sub-domain?

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    steveSteele
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    In the United Kingdom, the third-level domain names are standard and branch off from the second-level domains. For example:

    .ac.uk – academic (tertiary education, further education colleges and research establishments) and learned societies
    .co.uk – general use (usually commercial)
    .gov.uk – government (central and local)
    .judiciary.uk – courts (to be introduced in the near future)[2]
    .ltd.uk – limited companies
    .me.uk – general use (usually personal)
    .mod.uk – Ministry of Defence and HM Forces public sites
    .net.uk – ISPs and network companies (unlike .net, use is restricted to these users)
    .nhs.uk – National Health Service institutions
    .nic.uk – network use only (Nominet UK)
    .org.uk – general use (usually for non-profit organisations)
    .parliament.uk – parliamentary use (only for the UK Parliament and the Scottish Parliament)
    .plc.uk – public limited companies
    .police.uk – police forces
    .sch.uk – Local Education Authorities, schools, primary and secondary education, community education

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