wasteland


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wasteland

a barren or desolate area of land, not or no longer used for cultivation or building
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The man led her to an area of wasteland where he sexually assaulted her before attempting to rape her.
Crews from Newcastle and Gateshead were dispatched to the wasteland of former housing on Westmorland Road, and the fire was safely brought wunder control within the hour.
They see the key ingredients of future agriculture strategy should be the reclamation of cultivable wasteland and development of water resources in the province.
PCSO Ashley Dacre said the "exotic plants" were growing on wasteland in the village near Valley.
30pm when he was approached by two men and dragged into nearby wasteland.
Officers chased the suspect over wasteland but they managed to escape.
The new content introduces players to the Mechanist, a mad scientist of sorts who has released plenty of destructive robots across the Wasteland.
The project management team should take into consideration the expectations of the client, this project owner and the beautiful wasteland May (initiator of the project) and that adapting its operating working method a participatory housing project.
Wasteland 2 looks to recapture all that and more, set in the bleak - you guessed it - postapocalyptic setting of Arizona.
99 WASTELAND 2 is the direct sequel to possibly the first post-apocalyptic computer RPG - back in 1988, no less.
When Zeke dies unexpectedly, however, Dixon is on the brink of falling into his own wasteland.
In Manchuria: A Village Called Wasteland and the Transformation of Rural China provides a blend of memoir, cultural inspection and historical analysis key to understanding modern China, and comes from the author of The Last Days of Old Beijing.