from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A metric unit of area equal to 10 ares.
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- n. A unit of surface area equal to 10 ares (that is, 1,000 square metres, or approximately 0.25 acres)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the metric system, a superficial measure, equal to ten times the are—that is, a thousand square meters, or very nearly a quarter of an English acre.
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The new dwarf varieties were able to stand two or three times more artificial fertilizer and to provide an increase of yield per decare from the previous maximum of 450 kilos to as much as 800 kilos per decare.
Wheat yields were low, approximately 100 kilos per decare on an average.
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Machar was going to Hague (PCA) on his capacity as Vice President and leading member of the roadmap agreement reached in July between NCP & SPLM not to (ICC) to decare himself Mr. clean.
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"I decare August as the month of national reconciliation and healing.
Farmers reaped last year up to 400 to 650 kilos of wheat per a decare. "