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quarter section

A square tract of land that is one-half mile on each side.
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Regarding this phenomenon, diagonal tensile cracks nearby the quarter section is getting severely localized and reaches the compression fiber of the girder as found in Fig.
ERCB required that the population density be eight residences per quarter section.
(22) When he died, his will purported to exercise the power of appointment by devising his wife's quarter section, along with his own three quarter sections, to a trust for his children to extend as long as the rule against perpetuities would permit.
When one understands that spacing requirements for most turbines limits them to only two to four per quarter section, a sizeable wind development is going to require quite a bit more land than this farmer may own.
The club is now launching a fresh initiative called Roof-Lite with offers of a half-metre-square section of the roof for pounds 250 or a quarter section for pounds 125.
John said: "Where else can you get 43 different variations of gutter in 13 different ranges from three different manufacturers, or the half and three quarter section underground drainage channel fittings that no one else keeps?
Prior to Hurricane Katrina, Steve Bogdanoff had a successful gallery on Royal Street in the historic French Quarter section of New Orleans.
Of the quarter section of voters who said moral values were the most important issue, nearly 80 percent voted for Mr.
Our biggest problem was that the quarter section was completely under cultivation and lacked any meaningful cover.
On a parcel of land, such as a quarter section of 160 acres, a landowner could haul in between $25,000 and $40,000 a year in an area with good wind values.
The unit of observation is the quarter section, which is 160 acres or one-quarter of a square mile.