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DUNG. Manure. Sometimes it is real estate, and at other times personal property. When collected in a heap, it is personal estate; when spread out on the land, it becomes incorporated in it, and it is then real estate. Vide Manure.

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It was too dark in these storage places to see well, but a man could run his hand over these piles of meat and sweep off handfuls of the dried dung of rats.
Christian Berger thanked for Dungs active role in addressing difficulties faced by investors in Viet Nam, discussing with Dung on some Germany-invested projects which have been realized in Viet Nam.
This is followed by a still longer 85-page chapter on "Preindustrial Prime Movers and Fuels" in which Smil emphasizes the importance of animate power (including especially human muscles), although he also discusses wind and water power; explosives; and "biomass energies" including wood, charcoal, crop residues, dried dung, and, plant and animal oils and waxes.