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landlocked

adj. referring to a parcel of real property which has no access or egress (entry or exit) to a public street and cannot be reached except by crossing another's property. In such a case there is an "implied easement" over the adjoining lot from which it was created (carved out).

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Hesaid: 'Landlocked Hungary is to get nearly pounds 3million, the Czech Republic gets pounds 4.88million and Slovakia will receive pounds 1.2million.
Until now, most of the papers concerning trade in land-locked countries have focused primarily on the link between being landlocked, transport costs and infrastructure or being landlocked and growth (eg Radelet and Sachs, 1998; Stone, 2001; MacKellar, 2000).
The completion of microsatellite DNA analysis for all three populations will conclude our comparisons of genetic variability and divergence, both among these landlocked populations and between these populations and marine cod stocks.
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Mian Zahid Hussain said that government and private sector can focus on landlocked African countries like Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, Chad, Central African Republic, South Sudan and Uganda with rich population base of around 200 million people.
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The Second United Nations Conference on landlocked developing countries will be held in Vienna on November 3-5, 2014.