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

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If it's written by a man, I beg to inform him that he knows nothing about it." She handed me back the tract, and opened the door.
"Most certainly, Emily would ruin everything," Lady Southdown said; and this time agreed to forego her usual practice, which was, as we have said, before she bore down personally upon any individual whom she proposed to subjugate, to fire in a quantity of tracts upon the menaced party (as a charge of the French was always preceded by a furious cannonade).
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.'s own perusal; and a few for the servants' hall, viz.: "Crumbs from the Pantry," "The Frying Pan and the Fire," and "The Livery of Sin," of a much stronger kind.
He was buried in the very same tract of ground where he had intended to build a dwelling for Lady Arbella and himself.
His day was passed pleasantly in traversing a beautiful tract, making botanical and geological researches, and observing the habits of an extensive village of prairie dogs, at which he made several ineffectual shots, without considering the risk he ran of attracting the attention of any savages that might be lurking in the neighborhood.
Pediatric recurrent respiratory infection is a respiratory infection disease with frequent episode in the upper and lower respiratory tracts of children.
A new federal program may bring investment money to up to 28 low-income census tracts in Idaho.<br />Opportunity Zones are a community development program established by Congress in the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Governor Tom Wolf announced that his administration has submitted the commonwealths allotted 300 census tracts across the state as Qualified Opportunity Zones, as created by the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in December 2017.
During the trial, the parties disagreed as to whether the Subject Tract should be valued independently of the other two tracts, or whether it should be valued as an integral part of a larger (more valuable) whole.
According to researchers, acid reflux, which causes heartburns, is linked to cancer of the throat, tonsils and upper digestive tracts in older adults.
According to researchers, acid reflux, which causes heart burns, is linked to cancer of the throat, tonsils and upper digestive tracts in older adults.
In this paper, we describe a variant of the differences-in-differences approach to estimate the causal relationship between annual average [PM.sub.2.5] and mortality in > 1,900 census tracts within New Jersey during 2004-2009.