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"Allotments" is a musical album of Aidan Smith.
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"Allotments" is an artwork by Gilbert Spencer.
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Surprise Field Office (2007)
Environmental Impact Statement
Clearly, grazing less than all the allotments is a reasonable alternative given that 31% of the evaluated areas are not meeting the Land Health Standards. This is a major flaw and in violation of the CEQ regulations. Response: We believe that ...
Program aid (1950)
by United States. Extension Service
As effective operation of the Federal price-support program depends on maintaining a practical balance between supplies and requirements, compliance with acreage allotments is a condition of eligibility for price support of 1950-crop dry ...
by Yves Cabannes, Philip Ross
The key point about the garden allotments is that they don't need to be a car journey away or in another town or village, as can be the case on the continent. Allotments were created in 18th Century England as a way of alleviating the distress ...
Environmental Impact Statement
Combining the two allotments is a major factor in reducing the amount of time the allotments are grazed by cattle and the ability to rest and defer pastures from year to year. While it seems this schedule will allow more cows to graze the ...
Exclusive of the Metropolis
ALLOTMENTS. VOL. VI., PAGES 374-384. The following Regulations have been issued by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries : — Model Rules as to Small Holdings for adoption by County Councils and Councils of County Boroughs ...
Being a New Abridgment by the Most Eminent Legal Authorities by Sir Alexander Wood Renton, William Bowstead
The Allotments Compensation Act, 1887,50 & 51 Vict. c. 26, defines the term “ allotment” for the purposes of the Act, to mean any parcel of land, of not more than two acres in extent, held by a tenant under a landlord, and cultivated as a garden ...
Title to allotments was held in trust by the government for twenty-five years, during which time the land could not be sold or encumbered. Citizenship was granted to all allottees and to others who adopted the “habits of civilized life.” Unallotted ...
by Todd Leahy, Nathan Wilson
Reformers believed that breaking up reservation lands held in common into land allotments held by individual Indians would rapidly hasten assimilation efforts to Christianize and civilize Indians, and convince them to adopt white farming ...
Wharton's Law Lexicon (1916)
Forming an Epitome of the Laws of England Under Statute and Case Law, and Containing Explanations of Technical Terms and Phrases, Ancient, Modern, and Commercial, with Selected Titles from the Civil, Scots, and Indian Law by John Jane Smith Wharton
Allotments. Many Acts (see Chit. Stat., tit. ' Allotments ') have been passed authorizing parish ofiicers to let out to poor persons small ...
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Scrabble value of A1L1L1O1T1M3E1N1T1S1
The value of this 10-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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