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land and is
he knows that the land is hard and pitiless.
Moreover, the law of the land is not irrevocable ; ;
We consider a rural community as an assemblage of inhabited dwellings whose configuration is determined by the location and size of the arable land sites necessary for family subsistence.
We assume for this illustration that the size of the land plots is so great that the distance between dwellings is greater than the voice can carry and that most of the communication is between nearest neighbors only, as shown in Figure 2.
The deployment of a portion of these forces beyond our shores, on land and sea, is persuasive demonstration of our determination to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our allies for collective security.
The only real problem is to devise a plan whereby the owners of the above-water land can develop their property without the public losing its underwater land and the right to its development for public use and enjoyment.
And then there is St. Louis county, where the Democratic leadership has shown little appreciation of the need for sound zoning, of the important relationship between proper land use and economic growth.
They point out simply that `` it is the law of the land ''.
The rural land use study is being carried out under contract by the University of Rhode Island and identifies all agricultural land uses in the state by type of use.
Within the units in the National Forest System the pattern of land ownership is quite irregular.
One consequence is the occurrence of occasional conflicts because private owners of some inholdings object to public programs of use on neighboring National Forest or other Federal land, or because such ownerships are developed for uses that are not compatible with use for the public of neighboring National Forest land.
The long-range objective is to bring about consolidation of ownership through use of land exchange authority and through purchase on a moderate scale of inholdings which comprise key tracts for recognized National Forest programs such as recreation development, or which are a source of damage to lands in National Forests and National Grasslands.
Ignorance of the law is no better excuse on the water than it is on land ; ;
Minnesota, fabled land of waters, is in itself, ideal vacationland, having within its borders 10,000 lakes!!
Look at the physical features of the land to determine how desirable it is for use, what can be done to correct the faults, and what it will cost to make the area meet your needs in comparison to other sites.
And due to modern resource-use and game management practices, there is still game to shoot, even with the ever-expanding encroachment on land and water.
As an isolated policy, land reform is likely to be politically disruptive ; ;
It is hard to believe that this mass of intertwined concrete constitutes what the law calls `` the highest and best use '' of centrally located urban land.

land and various
For the purpose of reproduction most amphibians require fresh water although some lay their eggs on land and have developed various ingenious ways of keeping them moist.
Algae lack the various structures that characterize land plants, such as phyllids ( leaves ) and rhizoids in nonvascular plants, or leaves, roots, and other organs that are found in tracheophytes ( vascular plants ).
As the numbers of settlers from the mainland increased ( at first mostly prisoners and involuntary indentured labourers, later purposely recruited farmers ), these indigenous people lost territory and numbers in the face of punitive expeditions by British troops, land encroachment and the effects of various epidemic diseases.
There are various accounts concerning the origin of the settlement's name ; one states that Allen and Rumsey decided to name it for their wives, both named Ann, and for the stands of burr oak in the of land they purchased for $ 800 from the federal government at $ 1. 25 per acre.
The rest of the land was surveyed and parceled out to various American claimants ( See Kellersberger's Map ).
Ditka's success and popularity in Chicago has led him to land analyst roles on various American football pregame shows.
Another theory is that the standard longhair dachshund was developed by breeding smooth dachshunds with various land and water spaniels.
He gained support from the agrarian poor by reviving the land reform programme and from the urban plebeians with various popular measures.
Arriving in the area, he decided to supplement this income by purchasing his own estate, Bukit Katho, on which he could grow rubber ; initially sized at 450 acres, Gardner purchased various pieces of adjacent land until it covered 600 acres.
In 587, the Visigothic king at Toledo, Reccared, converted to Catholicism and launched a movement in Spain to unify the various religious doctrines that existed in the land.
Remote sensing of hydrologic processescan provide information of various types .. Sources include land based sensors, airborne sensors and Satellite sensors.
In the 2000s Zimbabwe's economy began to deteriorate due to various factors, including mismanagement and corruption, the imposition of sanctions, such as among others the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act of 2001, following the switch from Willing Buyer, Willing Seller to Fast Track land reform.
All the land turned over to the peasants was owned collectively by the mir, the village community, which divided the land among the peasants and supervised the various holdings.
An island may still be described as such despite the presence of an artificial land bridge, for example Singapore and its causeway, or the various Dutch delta islands, such as IJsselmonde.
Even among the 19th century American individualists, there was not a monolithic doctrine, as they disagreed amongst each other on various issues including intellectual property rights and possession versus property in land.
Booth invested some of his growing wealth in various enterprises during the early 1860s, including land speculation in Boston's Back Bay section.
As a result various laws were set in place to limit African Kenyans in their own land, for example, they had to walk around with ' Passes ' at all times, and free movement, schooling and entrepreneurial endeavors for Africans in Kenya was strictly enforced by colonial policebetween the late 1800's and
Uncleanliness threatens holiness ; Chapters 11 – 15 review the various causes of uncleanliness and describe the rituals which will restore cleanliness ; cleanliness is to be maintained through observation of the rules on sexual behaviour, family relations, land ownership, worship, sacrifice, and observance of holy days.
Lake Eyre has been a site for various land speed record attempts on its salt flats, especially those by Donald Campbell with the Bluebird-Proteus CN7.
Possible opportunity costs of a city's decision to build a hospital on its vacant land are the loss of the land for a sporting center, or the inability to use the land for a parking lot, or the money that could have been made from selling the land, or the loss of any of the various other possible uses — but not all of these in aggregate.

land and stages
During the early stages of the war, catapults were used to throw hand grenades across no man's land into enemy trenches.
Along with the other land around the Hawkesbury River estuary, the Brisbane Water district was explored during the early stages of the settlement of Sydney.
Before this, the land on which the lake now sits has gone through several complex stages.
Cestodes ( tapeworms ) and trematodes ( flukes ) have complex life-cycles, with mature stages that live as parasites in the digestive systems of fish or land vertebrates, and intermediate stages that infest secondary hosts.
Bows were used in the opening stages of land battles, and at sea, but tended to be considered less " honourable " than a hand weapon.
For example, dolphins and whales are completely dependent on the marine environment for all stages of their life, whereas seals feed in the ocean, but breed on land.
These Germans were invited by King Géza II of Hungary to develop towns, build mines, and cultivate the land of Transylvania at different stages between 1141 and 1162.
Hamilcar commanded the Carthaginian land forces in Sicily from 247 BC to 241 BC during the latter stages of the First Punic War.
Further stages in land reclamation, constituting the major part of modern Barendrecht, were the Binnenland polder ( 1484 ), Buitenland polder ( 1555 ) and Zuidpolder ( 1649 ).
The township is currently in the final stages of its preliminary construction of the Haverford State Hospital land.
During the early stages of the Mexican-American war, one of the soldiers stationed here, Henry Clay Davis, married Hilaria de la Garza Falcon, a resident of Camargo and heiress to the land on which Rio Grande City now sits.
Previously, it was deployed as the headquarters commanding land forces during the Kosovo War in 1999 and also saw service in Bosnia and Herzegovina, commanding the initial stages of the IFOR deployment prior to that in 1996.
The post-communist land reform of the 1990s was accompanied by special land privatization legislation, as Albania was the only country outside the former Soviet Union that had nationalized all agricultural land ( in stages between 1946 and 1976 ).
Marshes in their pioneer stages of development will recover more rapidly than mature marshes as they are often first to colonize the land.
While land for the project was expropriated and the design finalized, the project never got past the initial construction stages and has since been shelved.
Patent Shaft steelworks was erected on land off Leabrook Road near the border with Tipton in 1840, serving the town for 140 years before its closure in 1980 during the first stages of the recession.
Large areas of land tend to collapse in stages after periods of heavy rain.
In stages subsequently came the B-1 and B-2 training at various aerodromes of the contemporary sports associations, and further training at DVS ( German Commercial Pilot School ) at Stettin for the C-2 ( land aircraft and commercial carriage of persons ) and all licences for flights over the sea.
The land which ultimately became the Colorado Territory had first come under the jurisdiction of the United States in three stages: the 1803 Louisiana Purchase as adjusted by the 1819 Adams-Onis Treaty, the 1845 Annexation of Texas, and the 1848 Mexican Cession.
The development was intended to take place in two stages: Southgate East, east of the Brighton Road, was to have been built in the early 1950s, and land west of Brighton Road ( Southgate West ) was to be reserved for expansion of the neighbourhood in the early 1960s.
Carey denied as the universal truth, for all stages of cultivation, of the law of diminishing returns from land.

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