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  • n. Plural form of land.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of land.


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  • Wherever rich agricultural lands exist, the big game must give way, -- _from those lands_.

    Our Vanishing Wild Life Its Extermination and Preservation

  • This grant completed the title of the United States to all those lands generally called _public lands_ lying within the original limits of the

    A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents Volume 3, part 1: Andrew Jackson (Second Term)

  • 'Tis honour with most hands to be at odds] [Warburton had substituted "hands" for "lands"] I think _hands_ is very properly substituted for _lands_.

    Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies

  • The introductory paragraph of section 1 of Executive Order No. 10046 of March 24, 1949, transferring certain lands from the Department of Agriculture to the Department of the Interior and withdrawing certain lands for the use of the Department of Agriculture, is hereby amended to read as follows:


  • The lands is part of a project that follow a MDEA model (Self-sustained Ecological Development Model) with an Environment Impact Declaration (MIA in Spanish) and is under a ecological regulation to grant the environment preservation and that establish environmentally friendly restrictions to benefit the residents and the indigenous wildlife inhabiting its unique ecosystem.

    Ecological land for sale / Terreno ecol�gico en venta Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya . Quintana R

  • Here is what caused me to wax stupidly about positions taken by others hereabouts regarding the dangers of existing in lands foreign to one and one´s presumption at assessing that danger.

    Drinking the water in Mexico

  • He peeped in at Ontong-Java Atoll, inspected his plantations on Ysabel, and purchased lands from the salt-water chiefs of northwestern Malaita.


  • Yet only sixty years ago he loaned Mariano G. Vallejo eighteen thousand dollars on security of certain lands including the vineyard yet to be and to be called Tokay.

    Chapter 37

  • My states DNR has recently started charging $10 per day to hunt certain lands, not that the hunting is any better they are just some of the most popular ones, and as most of you know once a government agency figures out that it can grab some of your money it wants to grab some more.

    All Public-Land Deer Hunting DVDs

  • Bob Marshalls recommendation to pass the Clean Water Restoration act and reform energy and mining on federal lands is wayy oof base.

    Five Crucial Conservation Goals for Sportsmen


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