backland

backland

(ˈbækˌlænd)
n
1. another name for back country
2. undeveloped land behind a developed property
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The British crime drama features the talented Anna Friel as Det Sgt Marcella Backland who has returned to the force after a 12-year break.
Detective Sergeant Marcella Backland is troubled by the seeming resurface of a serial murderer, known as the Grove Park Killer.
Hyperloop could help move goods inland from the Port of Miami, freeing up space currently used for backland operations, container storage and trucking operations.
In the series Friel stars as London detective Marcella Backland, who returns to the murder squad after a serial killer becomes active again.
00pm Former detective Marcella Backland is shocked to the core when her husband Jason leaves her unexpectedly, confessing he no longer loves her.
The berths, which add a further 1,350 metres of quay wall to the port's existing 2,500-metre-long quay length, will be equipped with the backland infrastructure to support modern, efficient container terminal operations.
Safiullin also broke Hong's serve to open the second set, then dominated the tiebreaker and clinched the match when Hong hit a backland long.
absorbing the backland ethos and attributing an artistic form to the
Incremental decisions and a lack of supply are undermining the quality of these areas leading to poor schemes involving tandem or backland development that threaten the local environment, quality of the offer and add pressure to the existing infrastructure.
The facilities project, which also includes backland and other infrastructure improvements at Berths 145-147, will support approximately 540 direct one-year equivalent construction jobs.