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parkland

grassland with scattered trees

parkland

[′pärk‚land]
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We are bringing 178 new homes to Parklands, each with its own high quality individual finish and broad family appeal.
Reclaiming brownfields and landfills has been a centerpiece of PSE&G s innovative Solar 4 All program and the Parklands site, owned by Waste Management of New Jersey, Inc.
It was also agreed that ESLA would create provision reserved for 16 Parklands pupils with autistic spectrum disorder.
You can help to protect our parklands by becoming a member of the Friends of Bute Park (PS3 a year) and Cardiff Civic Society (PS7 a year).
Other properties available at the Parklands include the two-bedroom Normanby and the Albany, Howarth, Ambrose and Clarendon, all with three bedrooms.
Parklands is a modern and professional facility and the guys will definitely be returning to perfect their Tiger Woods impressions.
Moreover, of national significance to Wales, Cardiff's city centre parklands have been named as the most ecologically diverse in the world in terms of trees and wildlife.
Stretching 27km from Quakers Hill in north Sydney to Leppington in the south, the 5500 hectare Parklands corridor links north-west and southwest growth sectors, and is a key part of the Sydney Metropolitan strategy.
These parklands extend from Westlake Village and Agoura Hills to within a mile of the Ventura Freeway.
Pataki last week approved a $350,000 Environmental Protection Fund grant to the New York Restoration Project for improvements to waterfront parkland in the Bronx.
We are pleased and honored to contribute to this project, which will help make Louisville one of the top cities in the country in terms of parklands," Ventas Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Debra A.
WIDNES VIKINGS have linked-up with the newly-refurbished Parklands Sports Club in the town for 2014.