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plantation

(plăn-tā′shŭn) [L. plantare, to plant]
Insertion of a tooth into the bony socket from which it may have been removed by accident, or transplantation of a tooth into the socket from which a tooth has just been removed. The transplanted tooth may come from the patient or a donor.
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The problem with estimating (7) while assuming that slave labor on cotton plantations is slave labor used in cotton production is to introduce a bias resulting from mismeasurement.
BENGKULU - A Saudi Arabian investor has expressed interest in opening a 10,000-hectare cotton plantation in Kaur district in Indonesia's Bengkulu province, district head Saukani Saleh said.
Dan is an enslaved boy who lives on a cotton plantation.
Matt Sutherland and Julie Godfrey play rowing couple Brick and Maggie in the Talisman production as they are faced with a family celebration when they gather for the 65th birthday of cotton plantation owner Big Daddy.
Reidy, From Slavery to Agrarian Capitalism in the Cotton Plantation South, Central Georgia, 1800-1880 (Chapel Hill, 1992); Michael Tadman, Speculators and Slaves: Masters, Traders, and Slaves in the Old South (Madison, 1989); Richard Wade, Slavery in the Cities: The South, 1820-1860 (New York, 1964); Peter Way, Common Labour: Workers and the Digging of North American Canals, 1780- 1860 (Cambridge, 1993).
While tracing the rise to power of delta planters, Professor Whayne also discusses the cotton plantation system that they developed based upon crop liens, farm tenancy, and sharecropping.
Born on a Texas cotton plantation, he came to Los Angeles at age 7 when his parents moved the family to California.
Caspian Biofuels: Formerly the USSR's cotton plantation, the Caspian is poised to become a major player in the production of biofuels if sufficient foreign investment can be procured.
Hummed Ela Ali Idris noted that the administration is doing a research on the 800 hectares of farmland, which was utilized as a rich cotton plantation by the Italian colonizers.
He grew up on a cotton plantation in Mississippi and since then has enjoyed a long and achingly credible career as a blues artist, while also scoring chart hits with the likes of The Thrill Is Gone, Three O'Clock Blues and You Don't Know Me.
At Cannon's Point, a cotton plantation in Georgia, every man was allowed seven yards of "Welsh plains" for his winter clothing ration in the 1820s; the women got six yards.
Having been born on a cotton plantation in Mississippi he knew poverty and all the other hardships faced by black Americans of his generation.