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  • noun Plural form of greenspace.


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  • Your primary focus will be to appreciate the architecture and greenspaces preserved for us by our early residents.

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  • Your primary focus will be to appreciate the architecture and greenspaces preserved for us by our early residents.

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  • The Collection's Elleven building is currently the only LEED Gold Certified building in Los Angeles and offers eco-conscious design, greenspaces and on-site retail.

    Paige Donner: Green With Music -- Grammys '08

  • Albuquerque has one of the largest percentage of greenspaces per capita in the country. evidently.

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  • I'd be curious, Nate, your take on his points about corridor greenspaces, and who should pay to tend them.

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  • So I urge you, as I leave office, to make full use of this legislation that was passed last year to provide a permanent funding screen, to help you set aside greenspaces in your communities.

    Remarks By The President To Us Conference Of Mayors

  • After years of squabbles, this year by a huge bipartisan majority, the Congress for the first time set aside a committed, dedicated stream of funding, year in and year out, to preserve the natural legacy of America, from vast open spaces to small urban greenspaces.

    Remarks By The President On Designation Of Nationalmonuments

  • Without explanation or excuse, the Republican spending bills slash important environmental initiatives, like our Land's Legacy program -- to preserve natural treasures, farms, urban parks, wetlands and other greenspaces.

    Radio Address By The President On Clean Water

  • It would provide new assistance to communities to protect farms, city parks, and other local greenspaces.

    Presidential Remarks On Recovery Of The American Bald Eagle

  • The balanced budget I submitted to Congress earlier this year contains historic investments to improve the quality of life, save more land, and deal with the challenge of climate change by helping communities protect farmlands, parklands and other greenspaces, rewarding consumers who buy cars and houses that reduce greenhouse gas pollution, controlling polluted runoff to lakes and streams, and improving the quality of air we breathe.

    Radio Address On Protecting National Treasures


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