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Land and Systems
* Cadillac Gage, now part of Textron Marine & Land Systems
This Vickers name lived on in Alvis Vickers, until the latter was acquired by BAE Systems in 2004 to form BAE Systems Land Systems.
The M109 was developed by the Ground System Division of United Defense LP ( now BAE Systems Land and Armaments )
GD purchased Chrysler's defense divisions in 1982, renaming them General Dynamics Land Systems.
General Dynamics Land Systems was hurt by the cancellation of the US Army's Future Combat Systems program and the loss in the MRAP-All Terrain Vehicle competition.
* 1982-Formed General Dynamics Land Systems after the acquisition of Chrysler's combat systems.
SSF is now part of " General Dynamics European Land Combat Systems " which includes also the Spanish Santa Bárbara Sistemas and the Swiss MOWAG, and has its headquarters in Vienna, Austria.
* General Dynamics-European Land Systems
University of Tehran is appointed as a Center of Excellence ( fa: قطب علمی ) by Iran's Ministry of Science and Technology in the fields of " Evaluation and improvement of irrigation networks ", " Breeding and Biotechnology of trees ", " Farming, Grading and Biotechnology ", " Applied Electromagnetic Systems ", " Land Logistics ", " Sustainable Urban Planning and Development ", " Architectural Technology ", " Biological Control of Pests and Plant Diseases ", " Rural Studies and Planning ", " High-Performance Materials ", " Control and Intelligent Processing ", " Sustainable Management of Watershed ", " Applied Management of Fast Growing Wood Species ", " Surveying and Disaster Management ", " Engineering and Infrastructure Management ", " Oil and Gas ". This appointment is based on national standing based on research achievements and invested funding in the mentioned topics. Fifteen percent of the country ’ s Centers of Excellence, as recognized by the government, are located at the University of Tehran, which along with more than 40 research centers ensure UT ’ s commitment to research.
It was designed and built by the British company Vickers Defence Systems ( now known as BAE Systems Land and Armaments ).
The Bradley Fighting Vehicle ( BFV ) is an American fighting vehicle platform manufactured by BAE Systems Land and Armaments, formerly United Defense.
* Santa Bárbara Sistemas, Spanish defense contractor, part of General Dynamics's European Land Systems
* Olifant Manufacturing Company of South Africa, now known as Land Systems OMC
RO Defence was acquired by BAE Systems in the 1990s and was subsumed into BAE Systems Land Systems.
Its current owners, BAE Systems Land and Armaments, closed it completely in Spring 2008.
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* L-3 Communication Combat Propulsion Systems, previously owned by General Dynamics Land Systems.

Land and Office
Taylor won and Lincoln hoped to be appointed Commissioner of the General Land Office, but that lucrative patronage job went to an Illinois rival, Justin Butterfield, considered by the administration to be a highly skilled lawyer, but in Lincoln's view, an " old fossil ".
* Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico State Office.
The area is managed by the Departments of Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife, MSU Extension, and MSU Land Management Office.
* July 16 – Bureau of Land Management ( BLM ) within Department of the Interior ( formed by merger of Grazing Service and General Land Office ).
The Transfer Act of 1905 transferred the management of forest reserves from the General Land Office of the Interior Department to the Bureau of Forestry, henceforth known as the United States Forest Service.
In February 2009, the Government Accountability Office evaluated whether the Forest Service should be moved from the Department of Agriculture to the Department of the Interior, which already includes the National Park Service, the Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Bureau of Land Management, managing some of public land.
Porter started as a draftsman at the Texas General Land Office ( GLO ) in 1887 at a salary of $ 100 a month, drawing maps from surveys and field notes.
In 1812, Congress established the General Land Office in the Department of the Treasury to oversee the disposition of these federal lands.
In 1946, the Grazing Service was merged with the General Land Office ( a product of the country's territorial expansion and the federal government's nineteenth-century homesteading policies ) to form the Bureau of Land Management within the Department of the Interior.
* General Land Office
For these now former Indian lands, the General Land Office distributed the sales funds to the various tribal entities, according to previously negotiated terms.
* Henry H. Schwartz, Chief of the U. S. General Land Office and United States Senator from Wyoming
Beginning on December 24, 1824, a large land sale was held for several days at the United States Land Office on North Water Street in Crawfordsville during which a large number of the area's tracts were sold at auction.
In the United States, cadastral surveys are typically conducted by the federal government, specifically through the Cadastral Surveys branch of the Bureau of Land Management ( BLM ), formerly the General Land Office ( GLO ).
He noted that the General Land Office had little to do with the Treasury and also highlighted the Indian Affairs office, part of the Department of War, and the Patent Office, part of the Department of State.
Following his tenure in Congress, Hendricks was appointed Commissioner of the General Land Office by President Franklin Pierce and served there from 1855 until 1859.
General Land Office.
General Land Office.
There was the ' Kings Works ' after the Norman Conquest ; the ' Office of Works ' ( 1378-1832 ); The Office of Woods, Forests, Land Revenues and Works ( 1832 – 1851 ); and the Ministry of Works ( 1851 – 1962 ).

Land and was
It took me a moment to realize what was odd about that panel: there was a gimbaled compass welded to it, which rocked gently back and forth as the Land Rover bounced about.
Land was near, and on June 12, one hundred and fourteen days after leaving America, they actually saw, twenty miles away, the coast of Orissa.
In 1890 when the trip to Europe and the Holy Land was arranged for Miss Packard, it was Miss Upton who planned the trip, and `` with rare executive ability '' bore the brunt of `` the entire pilgrimage from beginning to end ''.
The oldest known name for Anatolia, " Land of the Hatti " was found for the first time on Mesopotamic cuneiform tablets from the period of the Akkadian dynasty ( 2350 – 2150 BC ).
The general consensus amongst scholars is that Luwian was spoken — to a greater or lesser degree — across a large area of western Anatolia, including ( possibly ) Wilusa (= Troy ), the Seha River Land ( to be identified with the Hermos and / or Kaikos valley ), and the kingdom of Mira-Kuwaliya with its core territory of the Maeander valley.
Land warfare in the East was inconclusive in 1861 – 62, as the Confederacy beat back Union efforts to capture its capital, Richmond, Virginia, notably during the Peninsular Campaign.
The legend connected with its foundation is given by Peter Damiani in his Life of St Odilo: a pilgrim returning from the Holy Land was cast by a storm on a desolate island.
In 1158 a feud with Henry's son, Henry the Lion, Duke of Saxony, was interrupted by a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
At some point, he was alleged to have accompanied Swein on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, but proof is lacking.
When the Israelites, led by Joshua toward the Promised Land, arrived at the banks of the River Jordan, the Ark was carried in the lead preceding the people and was the signal for their advance ( Joshua 3: 3, 6 ).
The Land Act was promulgated in 1913 forcing many non-whites from their farms into the cities and towns to work, and to restrict their movement within South Africa.
The Rajasthan Land Reforms and Resumption of Jagirs Act, 1952 was the landmark in the legal history of land reforms in Rajasthan which was followed by Rajasthan Tenancy Act, 1955 that became applicable to the whole of Rajasthan.
Abbahu () was a Jewish Talmudist, known as an amora, who lived in the Land of Israel, of the 3rd amoraic generation ( about 279-320 ), sometimes cited as R. Abbahu of Caesarea ( Ḳisrin ).
The Tati Concessions Land, formerly part of the Matabele kingdom, was administered from the Bechuanaland Protectorate after 1893, to which it was formally annexed in 1911.
The duo named themselves Gemini, and a second album with more music by Björn and Benny was released in April 1987, containing the big hit " Mio My Mio "; also to be found on the soundtrack to the film Mio in the Land of Faraway, for which Andersson co-produced the music.
* The land between Egypt and Canaan of the first Exodus was a " great and terrible wilderness, an arid wasteland " ( Deut 8: 15 ), but in this new Exodus, the land between Babylon ( Mesopotamia ) and the Promised Land will be transformed into a paradise, where the mountains will be lowered and the valleys raised to create level road ( Isa 40: 4 ).
The “ glory of YHWH ” was also revealed in the form of light-filled cloud which accompanied the Israelites during the Exodus to the Promised Land.
Also this song was re-recorded by South African opera singer Leonore Veenemans as " My Land Suid-Afrika ".
Ben Nevis in Svalbard is a 922 metre-high mountain south of the head of Raudfjorden, Albert I Land, which was named after the Scottish hill.
Called the Constitution State, Nutmeg State, and " The Land of Steady Habits ", Connecticut was influential in the development of the federal government of the United States.

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