piece of ground

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After the business had been fully opened by the chairman, who pointed out the advantages of purchasing by subscription a piece of ground large enough to be ultimately used as a general cemetery, Mr.
However, we began to increase, and our land began to come into order; so that the third year we planted some tobacco, and made each of us a large piece of ground ready for planting canes in the year to come.
This is important as we can't run over the same piece of ground twice because the car will break up the baked mud surface as it passes.
Let's hear exactly how Travis turned this small piece of ground into a big-buck mecca.
Zoe Stanmore, of Dobbies in Southport, Merseyside, was runner-up Cultivation Street ambassador last year after launching the Little Seedlings kids' club on a derelict piece of ground.
In the immediate aftermath of the four-horse pile-up, about 30 people (I was among them) stood on a piece of ground between two grandstands, looking into the distance where Tylicki and Crowley were being attended to by medical staff.
ONCE again, your letter writer Dr James J Marsden (Feedback, August 28) like many others, is referring to the wrong piece of ground.
It is a fungus disease so try to grow them in a different piece of ground.
155 piece of ground tanks with approximately 200 installation equipment,
The ILS is a vital piece of ground equipment that tells aircraft the precise position of the runway.
Picnics with ghosts can be spooky affairs, In popular parks, you'll attract worried stares As people watch phantoms hovering around While you spread a blanket on a flat piece of ground.
European Tour Chief Referee John Paramor had to say, "Rory's ball came to rest in a marked gallery crosswalk to the left of the second fairway from which relief is available under the rules, as if it's a piece of ground under repair.