• Comparativa 4×4: Toyota Land Cruiser (PRADO), Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, Mercedes Clase G – Diariomotor
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    Comparativa 4×4: Toyota Land Cruiser (PRADO), Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, Mercedes Clase G – Diariomotor

    Hello friends, Today we’re going to find out which is the best great 4×4 of the world. Our playground will be the 4×4 circuit of Ocaña, Raid Aventura, in the province of Toledo (Spain). Let me introduce our contestants. The first one, from Japan, representing the Asian continent with 2,250 kg of weight, the Toyota Land Cruiser Limited, top of the Toyota range with all possible gadgets. Its strong point, its secret weapon, the Crawl Control, an electronic system that emulates the locking of all the differentials. Its weak points: the smallest wheels of the comparison, the worst approach and departure angles and the lowest ground clearance of the three…

  • What does LA LA LAND mean?  Learn American Idioms and Slang
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    What does LA LA LAND mean? Learn American Idioms and Slang

    – Oh my gosh, that girl is off in La La Land. – Welcome to Sozo Exchange Vocabulary Challenge. My name is Susan and I’m your host. On this show we ask people from all walks of life to explain the meanings of various American English phrases and slang expressions. Today’s word is “La La Land.” We are going to ask three people to explain what it means, how it’s used, and who uses it. Now, let me introduce the people who are participating in today’s vocabulary challenge: Spankie, Chandler and Rod. They are all YouTubers. Okay, let’s begin today’s Vocabulary Challenge. Could you explain what the word “La La…

  • 1893: The Oklahoma Land Rush | The American West | GCSE History Revision
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    1893: The Oklahoma Land Rush | The American West | GCSE History Revision

    The Indian Territory was the land the government had set aside for the Plains Indians, west of the Mississippi River. They’d been forcibly relocated there in 1830, after the Indian Removal Act. This territory was divided into sections for the different tribes, with a bit in the middle that wasn’t allocated to any particular tribe. Even though this section in the middle was not open to white settlement, white people had been trying to move there since the start of the 1880s, and the US Army had to continuously move them off. 1893: The Oklahoma land rush. In 1887, the Dawes Act changed everything. The Dawes Act ended reservations for…

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    Hungry and angry, Another food riot breaks out in the streets… – The world food crisis is growing. For the millions of people around the world struggling to buy the most basic of food stuffs these are desperate times. Rich countries are racing to buy and lease agricultural land abroad, and secure their food supplies for the future. Africa, know for its fertile land and low priced agricultural real estate, has become the target of wealthy investors. Dear Listeners, this is Radio Jamakan, greetings to you all. It’s no longer a rumour that in this region we are waiting for the Sosumar sugar cane project. 1,000 square kilometres at a…

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    How To Measure A Properties Area Using Google Earth Pro

    One of my favorite YouTube channels is BCtruck and he was trying to figure out the area of an odd shaped piece of property, which he did. I thought I’d show him and everybody else another way to do it. Download Google Earth Pro, you don’t have to pay for it. When you started up you do have to put in a code key and it’s right there on the page where you download it. It’s all capitals GEPFREE. Once you have it installed put your address in over here and click search and it will zoom in. Then zoom in with the closeness that you want to work with.…

  • The Land Before Time (1988) Pizza Hut Commercial
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    The Land Before Time (1988) Pizza Hut Commercial

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  • Creating a national Local Land Charges Register
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    Creating a national Local Land Charges Register

    Land Registry is creating a national register for local land charges in England. Working in partnership with local authorities, Land Registry is transforming local land charges data before moving it to a new national digital register. This digital service will provide instant access to local land charges information and official results will be guaranteed and in an easy-to-read format. You can access the service using a portal account, Business Gateway and on the Land Registry pages on GOV.UK. You can order an official Local Land Charges search for only £15 and you will get the result online. The official search result will show you all the charges that affect land…

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    How to Find Oil on Your Land

    How to Find Oil on Your Land. Initial searches for oil on land usually require the skills of geologists and geophysicists. These searches are often conducted by small exploration companies called wildcats. You will need Surface indications Geological correlations Gravitational field variations Magnetic properties Sound wave velocities and test well. Step 1. Look for obvious signs of oil on the surface of your land. Surface indications might include oil seeps or petroleum residue in soil samples. Step 2. Look for correlations on your land with the sites of other wells, matching fossils, rock properties, and electrical and radioactivity data. These correlations may predict where oil-bearing strata begin on your property.…

  • Changing views on Zimbabwe’s land reform
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    Changing views on Zimbabwe’s land reform

    Zimbabwe’s land reform of 2000 was central to President Robert Mugabe’s re-election campaign. Mugabe argued that he was putting right the wrongs inherited from the colonial era, when black Zimbabweans were forced from their land in favour of white settlers. After 2000, most of the country’s 4,000 white farmers were evicted from their land, which was handed over to about 200,000 black Zimbabwean households. The programme has been widely misunderstood, presented as disastrous and a universal failure, with land captured by political cronies left idle and unproductive. This narrative has dominated the media and many academic commentaries, and influenced policy thinking across the region. But without solid field-based evidence, was…