arable land
пахотные земли

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  • Arable land — In geography, arable land (from Latin arare , to plough) is an agricultural term, meaning land that can be used for growing crops. Of the earth s 148,940,000 km² (57.5 million square miles) of land, approximately 19,824,000 km² (7.65 million… …   Wikipedia

  • arable land — Land suitable for ploughing; land other than pasture, woodland and wasteland …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • arable land — /aerabal laend/ That which is fit for plowing or tillage, and thus is distinguishable from swamp land, which is land that is too wet for cultivation …   Black's law dictionary

  • arable land — /aerabal laend/ That which is fit for plowing or tillage, and thus is distinguishable from swamp land, which is land that is too wet for cultivation …   Black's law dictionary

  • Parable of Arable Land — Infobox Album | Name = The Parable of Arable Land Type = Album Artist = The Red Crayola (with the Familiar Ugly) Released = 1967 Recorded = Andrus Studio, Texas, March 1967 Genre = experimental rock, psychedelic rock, avant garde Label =… …   Wikipedia

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  • Arable — Ar a*ble, n. Arable land; plow land. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Land reform in Zimbabwe — began after the signing of the Lancaster House Agreement in 1979 in an effort to more equitably distribute land between the historically disenfranchised blacks and the minority whites who ruled Zimbabwe from 1923 to 1979. The government s land… …   Wikipedia

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