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  • And, although he owns what he describes as a 200-acre cattle ranch in Benson, Ariz., the Dreamer lives several days each month on the street, voluntarily, in Los Angeles - in solidarity, he says, with the rootless vets he meets and in memory of his unfettered youth.

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  • And over the next 50 years Harvard University is going to construct a brand new campus on a 200-acre swathe of Boston it conveniently owns.

    Physical Plant

  • I took him to a 200-acre park as he began to walk me.

    Appetite for Destruction: When Good Dogs Chew

  • Lesher was driving a tractor on his parents 200-acre farm at age 8.

    Sixteen Grade School Entrepreneurs

  • They include the site of a former saltworks on a mile-and-a-half of beach, an old golf course on the island of Rhodes and a 200-acre waterfront plot with campsites and thermal baths.

    Ailing Greece Tries National Tag Sale

  • Staged last weekend for the last ever time on the Garnons Estate, Williams' substantial 200-acre family estate at Aramstone on the banks of the Wye has been earmarked as a possible new home for next year's fixture.

    Cleeve Hill

  • Sustainable Sidney was started by Loddie Marsh and Ray Lewis, who retired to a 200-acre farm in Sidney 11 years ago.

    Andrew Reinbach: Sidney, NY Stands Up To Bob McCarthy And Beats Him

  • Today they all stand within a 500-metre radius in Gurgaon; in about 18 months the whole set-up will be moved a new 200-acre campus in Faridabad.

    India's Biotech Messiah

  • Adam Friedberg for The Wall Street Journal Her goal is to build a working, animal-powered farm as it would have been in the 19th century, back when it was a 200-acre property and Boxford had only 900 residents.

    Farm Restoration

  • Her goal is to build a working, animal-powered farm as it would have been in the 19th century, back when it was a 200-acre property and Boxford had 900 residents.

    Bringing a Farm Back to Life

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