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.
So despite having a large suitable piece of ground, I myself very rarely ever find a dead bird.
And that's because their ideas - which include a mini rollercoaster ride - are set to be transformed into a reality on an unused piece of ground at Lichfield Cathedral School's Longdon site, during the next academic year.
That piece of ground, once brown reminds me of you and me.
the area is a relativity level piece of ground measuring 31.50 by 19.00.
As they only live in the upper regions, all you can do is uproot the plant, take a few root cuttings then burn it and start afresh with a new plant on a different piece of ground.
"When you go to a grave, you sit and talk and say what your troubles are but you're talking to a piece of ground where she isn't there."
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.
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. If you can't then lay off for a couple of years.