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cengel thermodynamics(PROPERTY DIAGRAMS FOR PHASE-CHANGE PROCESSES)

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what does this paragraph mean in cengel thermodynamics (it is on page 119): 

Above the critical state, there is no line that separates the compressed liquid region and the superheated vapor region. However, it is customary to refer to the substance as superheated vapor at temperatures above the critical temperature and as compressed liquid at temperatures below the critical temperature.

where is  this  region " it is customary to refer to the substance as superheated vapor at temperatures above the critical temperature "? i attached a pic. i don't know whether i understan it or not

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