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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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A new factory is required to have sugar plantation to provide its basic material at least 70% of its requirement.
In a detailed study of livestock production in colonial Jamaica, Shepherd explores the role played by pens (livestock operations) in contesting and supporting the British sugar plantations, and their concomitant impacts on slavery and societal ranking in Jamaica.
Their land is hemmed in by sugar plantations, which are expanding on an enormous scale this year, planned all along the rich Awash river plains, where pastoralists find water during the dry season.
Opponents of the sugar plantation also question the economic wisdom of sacrificing valuable hardwoods for vulnerable topsoil.
Snowshill was bought by Mr Charles Wade, whose family were wealthy sugar plantation owners in the West Indies, in 1919.
Tours of the garden start and end at the new Bill and Jean Lane Visitor center and Gift Shop (named after Sunset's former owners, who funded the project), housed in a historic sugar plantation cottage restored down to its original floors.
Her mother's original home, her "lost paradise," is the insular and finally obsolete world of the sugar plantation owners.
In Colombia, Father German Urango Correa, 46, was assassinated near a sugar plantation in Andalucia, at the end of March.
When Bob Hamada was growing up on a Hawaii sugar plantation, his chore as eldest son was to build the fires that heated water for the family's traditiona Japanese bath.
This unique, oceanfront resort was created from restored historic sugar plantation homes updated with modern conveniences and hand-selected furnishings, giving it a nostalgic Hawaii feel.
A Mauritian energy and manufacturing company, Omnicane, is set to spend around US$250million on a range of sugar plantation projects in Savelugu in the Northern Region.
The basic material will be supplied from a cooperative having a sugar plantation of 24,000 hectares.