Moss land

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land produced accumulation of aquatic plants, forming peat bogs of more or less consistency, as the water is grained off or retained in its pores.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Manchester United legend Gary Neville wanted to develop the Turn Moss land and plans included a cafe, playground, changing rooms and a 4G pitch.
With the help of a Defra grant, the facilities for riders were further developed with the building of a cross-country training course and ride around the farm's grazing, arable and moss land, which is a haven for bird and wildlife.
The area was originally moss land and it is thought that a tree was planted by the Saxons to establish the centre of their village.
The biggest winner of his career came when Running Moss landed the 2002 Borders National at Kelso.
Stirling Moss landed 16 races in his Formula One career but was never crowned champion, while Asafa Powell has broken the 100m ten-second barrier 94 times but never won an individual Olympic medal.
Moss landed in New England instead with the Raiders receiving a fourth-round draft pick.
Supermodel Kate Moss landed the sixth spot, with Lily Allen, Pixie Lott, Naomi Campbell and Lungs singer Florence Welch completing the top 10.
Running Moss landed the 2m 6f chase 12 months ago but this time Alan Mactaggart's Denholm raider might have to play second fiddle to Sue Bradburne's recent Hexham runner- up Gayles And Showers (2.05).