land return

land return

[′land ri‚tərn]
(electromagnetism)
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The United States military said on Friday it was preparing for the biggest land return in Okinawa since 1972, as it faces a surge in opposition to its presence following the arrest of one its civilian contractors for the murder of a local woman.
After a surge in protests against its presence in the region, the United States military announced Friday that it is making preparations for the largest land return in the Japanese island of Okinawa since 1972.
Simbel revealed signing of four contracts on land rehabilitation and part of the land return would be directed to the development of the community in the project area.
Abdulghani Muafa, the secretary general of Tehama Popular Organization, considered the implementation of the committee's decision a difficult task, explaining that Brigade 67 has not accepted any requests to hand over land until all influential figures who hijacked land return what they took first.
3 Land return of displaced persons and refugees to their original owners and evacuate those who lived in them during their absence.
Let African land return to Africa, and freedom to her people.
Yet when a farmer goes out of business, rarely does that land return to natural vegetation.
The new plan would expand programs that pay farmers to let their land return to a more natural state or pay them to farm in more environmentally friendly ways.
Because the occupation is less labor intensive than traditional agriculture and yields a comparable income, many households leave farming entirely, keeping only a corner of their yards cleared for the butterfly house and letting the rest of the land return to forest.
The broader environmental movement often misses the depth of the Native environmental struggle," LaDuke contends, noting that "when the Anishinaabeg discuss land return, as with other Native people, lines are often drawn between those environmentalists who can support indigenous rights to self-determination and those who fundamentally cannot.
The land return is the biggest since the United States relinquished control of the island in 1972.
Marines stationed in Okinawa and subsequent land return from the Futenma relocation issue, concern has arisen the stalemate over shifting the base might now result in it remaining in the center of the city of Ginowan.

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