unreclaimed

unreclaimed

(ˌʌnrɪˈkleɪmd)
adj
(Agriculture) agriculture (of desert, marsh, waste ground etc) not converted into land suitable for growing crops
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Translations

unreclaimed

[ˈʌnrɪˈkleɪmd] ADJ [land] → no rescatado, no utilizado
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References in classic literature ?
I hold that the more arid and unreclaimed the soil where the Christian labourer's task of tillage is appointed him--the scantier the meed his toil brings--the higher the honour.
People sometimes call these dark yards 'gardens'; it is not supposed that they were ever planted, but rather that they are pieces of unreclaimed land, with the withered vegetation of the original brick-field.
Tell her what Heathcliff is: an unreclaimed creature, without refinement, without cultivation; an arid wilderness of furze and whinstone.
Frouz J, Elhottova D, Kuraz V, Sourkova M (2006) Effects of soil macrofauna on other soil biota and soil formation in reclaimed and unreclaimed post mining sites: results of a field microcosm experiment.
Romana said the President achieved a "provisional" agreement to keep Scarborough shoal "the way it is, unreclaimed."
The House passed a bill entitled the "Mineral Exploration and Development Act of 1993," which found that "[e]xisdng Federal law and regulations, as well as applicable State laws, have proven to be inadequate to ensure that active mining operations under the Mining Law of 1872 will not leave to future generations a new legacy of hazards associated with unreclaimed mined lands." (49) The Senate passed a bill entitled the "Hardrock Mining Reform Act of 1993"; it had a markedly different tone, (50) which, along with certain provisions, led some to view it as a mining-industry approach to reform.
exotic species invasions, unreclaimed mining sites, toxic waste
"About two miles out of town are the Botanic Gardens, which, though only in their beginning, are as good as anything that can be seen in the East; but one cannot walk far without coming upon some of the unreclaimed portions, and this for the present mars the effect.
This alliance of humans and robots smuggles the "Unreclaimed" to safety, working toward a future in which all can co-exist.
For example, the approximate-original-contour requirement in [section] 515(b)(5) is designed to avoid the environmental and other harm that may result from unreclaimed or improperly restored mining cuts.