back land

back land

Land having no road frontage requirement. It is surrounded by land owned by others.
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One provision could help some Texans buy back land they've long tended.
We will take back land they are currently in, take out their financing, hunt down leadership, dismantle their networks, supply lines and we will destroy them.
2ha of back land into an urban park with an access path traversing over a 20m drop across the site.
Backed by the international coalition that subsequently developed, the Kurdish peshmerga as well as Kurdish forces from neighboring Syria have clawed back land, but not all of it.
Regulatory hurdles and policy paralysis during the United Progressive Alliance regime, which held back land acquisition and environmental clearances, and lack of finance from banks were factors that had led to the PPP mode failing to take off.
Tragic then are the reports that in winning back land from ISIS their armed units are potentially committing sectarian killings and ethnic cleansing.
It comes after the trust announced plans to sell back land previously earmarked for the construction of the new PS300m "super-hospital" at Wynyard.
Losses at Gulf Air had been reduced by more than 75 per cent over the past three years, he said, adding that losses at Edamah (the fund's real-estate arm) were "just on the books" and caused by the government taking back land for investment projects.
Under the contract, SAIC will upgrade AAVs to provide improved protection while gaining back land and water mobility that improves the AAV's ability to fight.
The only way to defeat IS is to take back land they are occupying which means a conventional military operation.
The only way to defeat IS is to take back land they are occupying, which means a conventional military operation.
Erdoy-an, who was prime minister at the time, told those present at a meeting of Justice and Development Party (AK Party) mayors to take back land and buildings given to Hizmet-affiliated institutions.