Grass land


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land kept in grass and not tilled.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Two days and nights he had spent crawling across that belt of grass land. He had suffered much, but pursuit had ceased at the jungle- edge.
But Ngurn affirmed the long years of his long life, wherein he had gazed upon many starry nights, yet never had he found a star on grass land or in jungle depth--and he had looked for them.
Came the day of the grass lands. Abruptly, as if cloven by the sword of God in the hand of God, the jungle terminated.
When he, Ngurn, had been a young man, the tribes beyond the grass lands had made a war raid.
Their few precious knives, made from lengths of hoop-iron, and their few and more precious tomahawks from cheap trade hatchets, he had surmised they had captured in war from the bushmen of the jungle beyond the grass lands, and that they, in turn, had similarly gained them from the salt-water men who fringed the coral beaches of the shore and had contact with the occasional white men.
To the left stretched a vast expanse of rich, undulating veld or grass land, whereon we could just make out countless herds of game or cattle, at that distance we could not tell which.
And those that held Phylace and the flowery meadows of Pyrasus, sanctuary of Ceres; Iton, the mother of sheep; Antrum upon the sea, and Pteleum that lies upon the grass lands. Of these brave Protesilaus had been captain while he was yet alive, but he was now lying under the earth.
Mr Hayton continued: "Over the last 10 days we did not need to supplement our resources as through effective management of our staff, fire appliances and specialist off-road vehicles, we were able to extinguish forest and grass land fires and still have fire appliances available to deal with any other emergency incidents.
Mark's Parish Church are planning to create a red woollen poppies scene across the forecourt grass land area looking on to Coltness Road while the Cleland Parish Church project will look on to Main Street.
Approximately 200m of grass land involved, hose reel, beaters and scotty back pack were used to extinguish the flames, with a water carrier required to replenish water supply to the fire engine.
The action follows claims by neighbours that MacKinnon drove a mobility scooter while drunk on grass land at his address.