green belt

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green belt

n
1. (Environmental Science) a zone of farmland, parks, and open country surrounding a town or city: usually officially designated as such and preserved from urban development
Translations

green belt

n (round town) → cintura di verde
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Sew a white strip and a green strip together to make a band.
Tenders are invited for Providing and Laying of Children Equipments in Green Strip behind the Shopping Complex in Sector-3, Upper Roop Nagar, Jammu
As a child growing up, I have so many happy memories of Jimmy pulling on the gold and green strip of The Wolseley or the white and red of Bordesley Rovers on a Sunday morning.
Edge of green strip will extend beyond long edge of triangle.
I was in a green strip and my best mates, lads I have played with for years were on the other team, it was just surreal.
She said: "It was shaped like a fat cigar, black and with a luminous green strip around its edge.
Project director Theodore Gilbert Ang said that on the property will rise 25 towers with podiums, a marina and a 450-meter long by 50-meter wide Green Strip, a park and playground area what will also serve as an activity area for special events like sports and concerts.
The study proposes a 25- metre wide Right of Way ( ROW) with pedestrian paths and a green strip claimed from the adjoining Jagdamba Camp slum.
With conditions ripe for bowlers, Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews had no hesitation in making New Zealand bat first on a green strip with overcast skies and a blustery wind.
Of course, it is unforgivable of any political party in this country to hoist the national flag upside down but I wonder if my lack of complete outrage is because even I was once part of a group that had hoisted the tricolour with the green strip up and the saffron one down.
Some say the conflict was born more than 3,000 years ago, when Moses espied the green strip of Jericho from Mount Nebo, on the other side of the Jordan River; or earlier still, when Abraham first passed through the land of Canaan and rested in Shechem, close to today's Nablus.