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“A small group found its way to the half-acre Zuccotti Park, in a largely residential part of the financial district, when barricades blocked them from their top targets of the New York Stock Exchange and J.P. Morgan Chase Plaza.”
“Awesome Villas The home, which is situated on a half-acre site, differs from others in Phuket due to its 'contemporary and light' feeling, says agent Joanne Baylis.”
“With distaste, he eyes the sparse snowflakes that fall on the barren trees and snow-covered forest floor surrounding the half-acre clearing where his ship rests.”
“In 2009, she and Mr. Goldberg bought the new property—a 2,900-square-foot house with a little more than a half-acre—in Menlo Park for $2.9 million, according to city records.”
“Raking my front lawn I won't even get into talking about raking the back half-acre was a much-dreaded burden each autumn.”
“That's the built mood and it is outrageously well done; in every dark shot of every unseen BBC corridor, you simply know there are three unhappy spiders, a half-acre of peeling green paint and some spilled whisky.”
“They admit their hope of buying a secluded half-acre on a south-facing slope, with a stream, for a few thousand pounds is probably unrealistic.”
“Went fishing in a half-acre farm pond this past weekend.”
“A half-acre pond is not so large that you can remove a lot of fish and see an appreciable difference soon.”
“The half-acre property includes a pool and a two-story guesthouse with full-size gym and a professional home theater with ample seating.”
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