piece of ground


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We had set money aside with the goal of purchasing our own piece of ground when the right opportunity came about," Travis explains.
After an hour Kathy suggested we find a more level piece of ground and use her lightweight four-person shelter for the second hour of waiting.
Now that we have this solid piece of ground work we can continue to produce results for all the other products made by Adnams.
LIFT and divide congested clumps of autumn-flowering bulbs and replant in a well-prepared piece of ground, discarding any bulbs which appear damaged or diseased.
Couldn't some alternate piece of ground be found to house the excellent nursery projects in Darlington?
Using wireless links installed in fuel trucks, the telemetry system allows radio communication with chips installed on each piece of ground equipment while a reader on each vehicle will monitor engine running time and distance travelled.
Our point is very clear, coming back to Annandale that Annandale is a very important piece of ground," Sharma added.
4) Buy pager motors on eBay and affix the vibrating mechanisms to a custom-cut piece of ground glass in lens, allowing for shallow depth of field: $24
And that is that a piece of ground should be cherished" - Gardener Alan Titchmarsh, saying that people could not see 'the greater world out there' because they are glued to TV screens.
MECHANICS, MOVING AN AIRCRAFT FROM POINT A TO POINT B GETS A LITTLE EASIER NOW WITH A NEW PIECE OF GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ON THE SCENE.
They can even get in the bidding for that piece of ground they have always wanted to own or rent, to the benefit of landowners and realtors.
25pm and 3pm are scheduled to form part of a seven-race live Channel 4 package, was raceable yesterday save for a small piece of ground.
Princeton is a high piece of ground and we'll probably have more ice storms to deal with than other areas.
The US Marines fighting in this small patch of French woodland were well aware they were giving their lives for a piece of ground about half the size of New York's Central Park, and that only about 200 of them were facing down Crown Prince Rupprecht's entire army.
She is perhaps remarkable in knowing what he planned, and is centered by the subsistence life they led on a piece of ground they had long worked together.