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plat

A plan or survey map of a parcel of land.Developers file subdivision plats showing block and lot numbers, the dimensions and locations of individual lots, and the dimensions and locations of dedicated streets. Legal descriptions for properties within the subdivision are then made by reference to the recorded plat,such as “Lot 2,Block 3 of Harper Downs II as recorded in Plat Book 213,Page 82, of the Judge of Probate of Jefferson County,Alabama.”

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Plat said the new store is still going through its shakedown period, but already he sees how things have changed.
The problem of ignoring actual prairies was apparently common, because in several instances prairies are shown crossing the boundaries to adjacent plat maps, where they were not drawn in.
The new Plat d'Or range will be officially launched to the trade at the London International Wine and Spirit Fair in May and the bottles should go on the shelves by July.
We want to wow the customer; we want to place products almost like you would stage a play, and put them in a scene, where people would say, 'I want to do that in my home,' " Plat said.
Positioned as easy drinking, approachable and consistent quality wines, the range comprises Le Plat d'Or Red, Le Piat d'Or Dry White, Le Plat d'Or Medium White and Le Piat d'Or Rose.
The surveyor shall make corrections, notes, or other changes as directed by State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources staff or Borough Planning Department staff needed in order to complete the plat.
Des nouvelles moroses avaient incite les detaillants a se concentrer encore plus sur la fixation des prix tandis que les plats cuisines ou les plats de resistances a tres bas prix ont fait leur entree et sont les vedettes du marche.
Le placer dans un plat Ea four, recouvrir de film E[umlaut]tirable et mettre au rE[umlaut]frigE[umlaut]rateur pendant 12 heures Le jour mE[logical not]me, sortir le gigot du rE[umlaut]frigE[umlaut]rateur 1 heure Ea l'avance pour que le plat n'E[umlaut]clate pas en passant du froid au chaud et retirer le film E[umlaut]tirable.
On the floor were entropic traces of black glitter scattered by those who walked through the installation, whose actions made the entire situation into a dialectic of displacement (like the children in Robert Smithson's allegory of entropy, who plat in a sandbox filled with white sand in one half, black sand in the other, and irrevocably mix up the two parts).