praedial


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PRAEDIAL. That which arises immediately from the ground; as, grain of all sorts, hay, wood, fruits, herbs, and the like.

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Perhaps, praedial larceny would come up on the test and he wanted to be sure he could define it.
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Perhaps, praedial larceny would come tip on the test and I wanted to be sure I could define it.
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Clarke is urging farmers islandwide to assist the Ministry s efforts to combat praedial larceny by registering with the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA), and supporting measures implemented or being pursued to address this challenge.