Grazing+land

  • 1 grazing land — noun a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock • Syn: ↑pasture, ↑pastureland, ↑lea, ↑ley • Derivationally related forms: ↑pasture (for: ↑pasture) …

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  • 2 grazing — [[t]gre͟ɪzɪŋ[/t]] N UNCOUNT Grazing or grazing land is land on which animals graze. He had nearly a thousand acres of grazing and arable land …

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  • 3 land — [[t]læ̱nd[/t]] ♦ lands, landing, landed 1) N UNCOUNT Land is an area of ground, especially one that is used for a particular purpose such as farming or building. Good agricultural land is in short supply. ...160 acres of land. ...a small piece of …

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  • 4 Grazing rights — is a legal term referring to the right of a user to allow their livestock to feed (graze) in a given area. United States The concept of grazing rights in the United States descends directly from the English concept of the commons, a piece of land …

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  • 5 Grazing marsh — is the term used in the British Isles for flat, marshy grassland in polders. It consists of large grass fields separated by fresh or brackish ditches, and is often important for its wildlife.HistoryGrazing marsh was created from Medieval times by …

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  • 6 grazing — [grā′ziŋ] n. 1. land to graze on; pasture 2. Informal the eating of snacks all day long or the eating of small portions of different foods …

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  • 7 land — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 surface of the earth ADJECTIVE ▪ dry ▪ It was good to be on dry land again after months at sea. VERB + LAND ▪ reach ▪ The explorers reached land after a long voyage …

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  • 8 land — I n. soil ground 1) to clear land (to clear land of trees and brush) 2) to cultivate; irrigate; redistribute land 3) arable; barren; fertile; grazing; marginal land 4) private; public land 5) a plot of land solid surface of the earth 6) to raise …

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  • 9 Land lease and tenure auctions —    There are a number of surviving customs pertaining to the letting of land, each designed to maximize fairness within the constraints of local conditions, but each has accrued its own methods and traditions which seem quaint and odd to modern… …

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  • 10 land reform — any program, esp. when undertaken by a national government, involving the redistribution of agricultural land among the landless. [1840 50, Amer.] * * * Deliberate change in the way agricultural land is held or owned, the methods of its… …

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  • 11 Land O'Lakes — For other uses, see Land O Lakes (disambiguation). Land O Lakes Type Agricultural cooperative Founded 1921 (1921) Headquarters …

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  • 12 Land degradation — Serious land degradation in Nauru after the depletion of the phosphate cover through mining Land degradation is a process in which the value of the biophysical environment is affected by one or more combination of human induced processes acting… …

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  • 13 Land and Valuation Court of New South Wales — The Land and Valuation Court of New South Wales was a court which had jurisdiction to deal with disputes concerning crown land in New South Wales. It replaced the Land Court of New South Wales on 10 December 1921 and itself replaced by the Land… …

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  • 14 Land Value — The value of a piece of property, including both the value of the land itself as well as any improvements that have been made to it. Land values increase when demand for land exceeds the supply of available land, or if a particular piece of land… …

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  • 15 land use — /lænd ˈjus/ (say land yoohs) noun the way in which land is used, especially when considering public as opposed to private use, agricultural use as opposed to conservation areas, etc.; significant in the planning of practices aimed at… …

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  • 16 Land Office — Le General Land Office (GLO), plus communément appelé Land Office (Office des terres) était une agence indépendante du gouvernement des États Unis. Il a été créé en 1812 pour prendre en charge des fonctions précédemment occupées par le… …

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  • 17 grazing — noun Date: 1517 herbage or land for grazing …

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  • 18 grazing — noun Grazing is used before these nouns: ↑land, ↑marsh, ↑right …

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  • 19 grazing — Synonyms and related words: ablation, abrasion, abrasive, animal husbandry, animal rearing, appetite, attrition, bee culture, beekeeping, breeding, brushing, buffing, burnishing, campo, cannibalism, carnivorism, carnivority, carnivorousness,… …

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  • 20 grazing field — pasture land, land which cattle or sheep may graze on …

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