Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Persian measure of surface equal, in various localities, to from 1,000 to 1,066 square zar or from 1,294 to 1,379 square yards.
“Most of the money went to people inside the process, who had never grown one jerib of poppy, but received thousands of dollars.”
“Sabari said there are 150,000 jerib, a traditional Afghan unit of measure, under poppy cultivation in the Marjah area, equivalent to 75,000 acres, nearly half the poppy cultivation in the province.”
“I draw the line (I know it's pathetic to be drawing a line with reality TV) at causing a real person unnecessary pain and embarrassment for the sake of ratings. jerib Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 12: 16 AM EST”
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