Definitions

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  • noun Land where grain is grown.

Etymologies

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grain +‎ land

Examples

  • Expanding world population has cut the grainland per person in half, from 0.23 hectares in 1950 to 0.10 hectares in 2007.

    When Population Growth and Resource Availability Collide

  • The farmer of grainland in a country where slavery is un- known habitually retains only a small number of laborers in his service, and at seed-time and harvest he hires additional hands, who live at his cost for only a short period.

    Jena as de Tocqueville's "democracy" where Black Americans are a "threat" to Whites

  • The current amount of land used for grain is currently ~.11 ha/person 666.032 M ha grainland 2000.

    Francois and Dano on Agricultural Yields « Climate Audit

  • All looked so peaceful and happy, the rustling trees and the broad silent stretch of grainland, that it was difficult to realize that the spirit of murder lurked through it all.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • All looked so peaceful and happy, the rustling trees and the broad silent stretch of grainland, that it was difficult to realize that the spirit of murder lurked through it all.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • All looked so peaceful and happy, the rustling trees and the broad silent stretch of grainland, that it was difficult to realize that the spirit of murder lurked through it all.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • Expanding world population has cut the grainland per person in half, from 0.23 hectares in 1950 to 0.10 hectares in 2007.

    Mother Earth News Latest 10 Articles

  • Expanding world population has cut the grainland per person in half, from 0.23 hectares in 1950 to 0.10 hectares in 2007.

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  • This ongoing shrinkage of grainland per person makes it difficult for the world's farmers to feed the 70 million people added to world population each year.

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  • This ongoing shrinkage of grainland per person makes it difficult for the world's farmers to feed the 70 million people added to the world population each year.

    Mother Earth News Latest 10 Articles

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