Examples of plantation in a Sentence
the struggling plantation almost failed during the first winter
Recent Examples of plantation from the Web
Awarding Donald Trump the highest humanitarian award in the world for essentially bullying two countries into peace talks would be like honoring a plantation owner for workplace diversity.
Another way to bolster production is to increase the density of oak tree plantations to about 300 trees per hectare from 70 trees per hectare, said Amorim.
Bobby Shipman/Louisville Courier Journal Tucked behind the bustling Oxmoor Mall sits a plantation house with a long Southern history.
The rolls seem to include voters living in unlikely places, like the middle of a palm-oil plantation or the toilet block of a factory.
Much of their tropical rainforest homelands are being cleared to make way for oil palm plantations.
Habitation Clément , in Le François, comprises a historic plantation house, a 40-acre sculpture park, and a sleek gallery showcasing artists from the region.
So the Jesuits started swapping slaves with local plantation owners.
The property also was home to an Indian village and the plantation of Thomas Pollock, who was governor in the early 1700s.
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Definition of Plantation
PLANTATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of plantation for English Language Learners
: a large area of land especially in a hot part of the world where crops (such as cotton) are grown
: a group of trees that have been planted together
PLANTATION Defined for Kids
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