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“There were very ancient holdings along the rim which had once been assarts deep in woodland, and now had hewn out good arable land from old upland, and fenced their intakes.”
“Until then, the antiquarian charts of Devon had shown plenty of ancient stone monuments all over the higher ground of Dartmoor, where granite was the natural material, but only a white space centred around the lower arable land of Bow and the Nymets.”
“Crop prices have risen because demand for food is growing around the world while the supply of arable land is shrinking.”
“Governor Phillip went to explore another harbor in the north called Broken Bay, only to return dejected; it afforded good shelter for ships, but had no arable land whatsoever.”
“In May, 1602, was executed a deed of conveyance whereby he became the owner of a hundred and seven acres of arable land in the town of Old Stratford, bought of William and John Combe for the sum of L320.”
“From this, of course, are to be excepted the western half of the valley of the Red River and of the Big Sioux River, which are as productive as any portion of the territory, which, with the region enclosed between them, would contain arable land sufficient for another state of smaller dimensions.”
“The available arable land may only be 800 square feet, but a 250-square-foot garage will make a fine barn, and its second bay will double as an outbuilding.”
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