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tract

A parcel of real estate; usually refers to a large area of land.

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By way of compromise, Lady Emily sent in a packet in the evening for the latter lady, containing copies of the "Washerwoman," and other mild and favourite tracts for Miss B.
Far behind the corner of the house--which rose like a geranium bloom against the subdued colours around--stretched the soft azure landscape of The Chase--a truly venerable tract of forest land, one of the few remaining woodlands in England of undoubted primaeval date, wherein Druidical mistletoe was still found on aged oaks, and where enormous yew-trees, not planted by the hand of man grew as they had grown when they were pollarded for bows.
Joel Martinez (Martinez) personally guaranteed the loan, and the Bank took a mortgage on two tracts of real estate.
In addition to designing tracts in the Valley, he and Dan Palmer worked in Palm Springs, San Diego and throughout the southern U.
Enthusiastically recommended reading, Art Tracts is the story of these two diverse people and how their complicated lives unexpectedly converge.
Commensals of the human male and female urogenital tracts.
2) Census tracts are categorized by the ratio of their median family
Fifty-four companies participated in the sale, which offered 3,907 tracts comprising approximately 21.
In 1980, the 13-county Metropolitan Atlanta area was comprised of 339 census tracts (Figure 1b); in 1990, this increased to 444 census tracts (Figure 1c), and in 2000, to 589 census tracts (Figure 1d), an increase of 74 percent.
They used a geographic information system to map nearly 7,000 childhood cases within individual California census tracts.
However, these operations were all plagued with problems requiring extensive or multiple surgeries and frequent leakage around the fistula tracts.