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range

noun ambit, area, arena, boundaries, bounds, breadth, compass, distance, earshot, extent, field, gamut, genus, hearing, limit, line, perimeter, power, reach, scope, space, span, sphere, stretch, sweep
See also: aptitude, area, arrange, capacity, chain, circuit, classify, course, coverage, degree, direction, extent, file, fix, gamut, hierarchy, jurisdiction, latitude, magnitude, perambulate, province, prowl, purview, region, scene, scope, sort, space, sphere

RANGE. This word is used in the land laws of the United States to designate the order of the location of such lands, and in patents from the United States to individuals they are described as being within a certain range.

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Consumers pay a higher price for free range eggs, so when a free range claim is made, its important that consumers are purchasing eggs laid by chickens in free range conditions.
The charity is encouraging people to avoid products which do not use free range eggs - and to check labels to ensure free range is clearly stated on the packet, indicating higher animal welfare.
95% in jumping throughout 4th month of study, similarly, in free range rearing system, the birds spent maximum time 3.
For Winter 2017 Bonfire is continuing their commitment to product and team with technical innovation, turning up and expansion of the Free Range video series.
105) In December 2014 the ACCC commenced action against the companies behind the Ecoeggs, Field Fresh Free Range Eggs and Port Stephens egg brands, alleging false and misleading use of the free-range label.
He said: "You can't beat good quality free range chicken breasts and when dressed with a Parmesan crust, they pack a flavoursome punch.
3] studied the effect of rearing system on meat quality attributes in chicken and found lower abdominal fat contents in free range rearing system compared with the intensive rearing system.
The council only ever uses free range eggs supplied by local egg producer Lintz Hall Farm, who are based in Burnopfield.
The company has only ever produced free range eggs and continues to focus on producing the highest quality free range eggs by combining traditional animal husbandry with continued innovation.
This merger, together with our new state-of-the-art packing and distribution centre, ensures that both Lintz Hall Farm and Sunny Hill Free Range Eggs will continue to produce and supply local fresh eggs for many years to come.
I'LL stand correcting, but I believe that the only difference in battery-produced eggs and socalled free range is the price charged.