Examples of acreage in a Sentence
A large portion of the park's acreage is forest.
Recent Examples of acreage from the Web
Among the vast acreage of tributes to Diana, Princess of Wales, on the 20th anniversary of her death, a dimension of her relationships with the people who dressed her remains generally overlooked.
Planetary scientist Dr. Renee Weber and other experts will be broadcasting from Orchardale Farms, a working farm with open acreage and elevated viewing.
The green chop, which comes from about 5 percent of the acreage, is turned into roughage for livestock, according to Rose.
This is extremely misleading because Americans are not distributed equally by geography, of course, and acreage does not receive representation in our electoral system, right?
That acreage, a 1.5 square-mile area the size of Shorewood, could be assembled from parcels that initially aren't contiguous, the source said.
Poway Open Space says the golf course acreage not being developed will be placed in a permanent open space trust, although that is not mentioned in the initiative.
The Trust acquired the Stickney Hill acreage in 2016.
The district currently treats a limited portion of its acreage with products that do not contain the weed killer known as 2,4-D at a cost totaling about $11,000.
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: land measured in acres
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