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1. Data availability of farm & garden

Full documentation for the 1860 population census, including microdata, census forms and enumerator instructions, is available from the Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS). Aggregate data for small areas, together with compatible cartographic boundary files, can be downloaded from the National Historical Geographic Information System

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2. Reform of farm & garden

In Ireland the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 (Section 12) does not allow the creation of any new fee farm grants, and where any such attempt is made a fee simple is automatically created instead. The act did not alter the status of any existing fee farm grants

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3. Nisbet Homestead Farm of farm & garden

Nisbet Homestead Farm, also known as the Old Stone House, is located near the LaSalle County town of Earlville, Illinois. The farm itself is actually in DeKalb County. The homestead is a stone structure, the only one in DeKalb County. The stone house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) on May 31, 1984.

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4. Achievements of farm & garden

Military Farms are pioneers in introduction of Artificial Insemination (AI) in cattle India.

The dairy development in the organized sector in India is attributed to Military Farms.

Project Frieswal, a project to develop a cross-bred cattle has become the world's largest cross-bred cattle breeding programme.

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5. Brentwood Farm of farm & garden

Brentwood Farm, also known as Adams Purchase and Smith's Adventure, is a historic home located at Westover, Somerset County, Maryland, United States. It is a two-story three-bay Flemish bond brick house built about 1738. The house was enlarged by a well-designed Shingle-style / Colonial Revival addition in 1916.

Brentwood Farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

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6. List of places in Luton of farm & garden

This is a list of places in Luton, Bedfordshire, England. Luton is a large town, 30 miles (50km) north of London one of the largest in England without city status.

Over the years Luton has expanded, taking in former neighbouring villages and hamlets, as well as by the construction of new estates and localities.

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7. All Saints Academy, Dunstable of farm & garden

All Saints Academy (formerly The Northfields Technology College) is a mixed secondary school located in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England.

All Saints educates 11- to 16-year-olds, as well as mainly from the town of Dunstable and some surrounding villages. In addition, the school offers further education for 16- to 18-year-olds through its sixth form department.

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8. MembersDiscography of farm & garden

Nikola Sarcevic bass guitar, vocals (1992present)

Mathias Frm drums (19921993), lead guitar (1993present)

Erik Ohlsson lead guitar (19921993), rhythm guitar (1992present)

Fredrik Larzon drums (1993present)TimelineStudio albumsTiny Tunes (1994) (re-released as Same Old Tunes in 1998)

Life on a Plate (1995)

For Monkeys (1997)

Pennybridge Pioneers (2000)

Home from Home (2002)

Kingwood (2005)

Machine 15 (2008)

True Brew (2015)

SOS (2019)

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9. Kennedy Hill Farm of farm & garden

The Kennedy Hill Farm is a historic farmstead on Kennedy Hill Road in Goffstown, New Hampshire. The property exhibits 150 years of agricultural history, with a well-crafted c. 1800 farmhouse built using regionally distinctive joinery skills. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

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10. J&L Grubb of farm & garden

J&L Grubb was set up by Jane and Louis Grubb in 1984 at their farm in Beechmount, near Fethard, South Tipperary. Jane originally experimented in an old copper brewer's vat before settling on the recipe for their first cheese, Cashel Blue

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11. Innergex Renewable Energy of farm & garden

Innergex Renewable Energy (TSX:INE) is a developer, owner and operator of run-of-river hydroelectric facilities, wind energy, and solar farms in North America. While many of the firm's operational assets are located in its home province of Qubec, it has expanded into Ontario, British Columbia, and Idaho

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12. Anders Kjellberg Farm of farm & garden

The Chellberg Farm is significant as it represents the ethnic heritage of this nearly forgotten Swedish American settlement. Other nearby Swedish landmarks have been restored or preserved, including the Burstrom Chapel and the Burstrom Cemetery. The farm includes the family home, water house with windmill, chicken coop/bunkhouse, and the original barn.

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13. Edward M. Gregg Farm of farm & garden

The Edward M. Gregg Farm is a historic farm property located near Jerome, Idaho. It listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 8, 1983 as part of a group of structures built from local lava rock in south central Idaho.

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14. Related series of farm & garden

Several other shorter series featuring the same people and production staff have been made:

Victorian Pharmacy at Blists Hill Victorian Town, 4 episodes

Victorian Bakers

Victorian Slum House (2016)

Full Steam Ahead courtesy of British Rail, 6 episodes

Secrets of the Castle at Gudelon Castle, 5 episodes

24 Hours in the Past, 4 episodes (2015)

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15. Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia of farm & garden

The Frontier Culture Museum, located in Staunton, Virginia is a living history museum that tells the story of the people who migrated from the Old World to America and the life they created in the Shenandoah Valley. The Museum is made up of original or reproduced examples of traditional buildings from the Old World and America

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16. Evje og Vegusdal of farm & garden

Evje og Vegusdal is a former municipality in Aust-Agder county, Norway. It was located in the Setesdal region in Southern Norway in parts of the present-day municipalities of Evje og Hornnes and Birkenes. The administrative centre was the village of Evje where the Evje Church is located.

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17. Animal Farm (disambiguation) of farm & garden

Animal Farm is a novel by George Orwell. It may also refer to:

One of several other works based on the novel:

Animal Farm (1954 film), an animated film based on the book

Animal Farm (1999 film), a live action film based on the book

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18. Cranebank of farm & garden

Cranebank is a Local Nature Reserve on the east bank of the River Crane in Hatton in the London Borough of Hounslow. It is owned and managed by Hounslow Council. It is also part of The Crane Corridor Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation.

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19. Museum of Tyrolean Farms of farm & garden

The Museum of Tyrolean Farms (German: Museum Tiroler Bauernhfe) is an open-air museum in Kramsach, Austria. As at 2009 the museum had around 30 historic farmsteads and other historic rural buildings as well as their associated barns, sheds, alms and storehouses

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20. Windover Farms of Titusville of farm & garden

Windover Farms of Titusville is a subdivision near Titusville, Florida. The road, Windover Way, is the same road from the Titusville subdivision, 25 miles (40km) further north. Inside the association is the Windover Archaeological Site, where 8,000-year-old human remains were discovered.

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21. Hobby Farms of farm & garden

Hobby Farms is a bimonthly magazine, devoted to the life of hobby farmers, homesteaders and small producers. Its editorial offices are based in Lexington, Kentucky. Hobby Farms magazine's tagline is "Rural Living for Pleasure and Profit". The magazine is known for its award-winning design and photography.

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22. Axel Pehrsson-Bramstorp of farm & garden

Axel Alarik Pehrsson-Bramstorp (born Axel Alarik Pehrsson; 19 August 1883 19 February 1954) was a Swedish politician and was Prime Minister of Sweden for a few months during 1936. As a parliamentarian he was known as Axel Pehrsson in Bramstorp, or just Bramstorp for short. In 1937 he officially added the name of his farm to his family name.

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23. List of generating stations in Nova Scotia of farm & garden

This is a list of electrical generating stations in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Nova Scotia has twenty-nine power stations, and is still largely dependent on coal-fired generation, with some natural gas and hydroelectric generating stations. Nova Scotia Power, a subsidiary of Emera, operates the integrated public utility serving most of the province.

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24. Garden Farms, California of farm & garden

Garden Farms is a census-designated place in San Luis Obispo County, California. Garden Farms sits at an elevation of 955 feet (291m). The 2010 United States census reported Garden Farms's population was 386.

Garden Farms is a subdivision located between Santa Margarita and Atascadero, California.

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25. Orchard Farm High School of farm & garden

Orchard Farm High School is a public high school in St. Charles, Missouri that is part of the Orchard Farm School District.

The school serves the towns of West Alton and Portage Des Sioux as well as parts of the city of St. Charles and St. Charles County.

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26. Moss Farm Alliance of farm & garden

The Moss Farm Alliance (MFA) is the voluntary homeowners association for the residents of Moss Farm. The Moss Farm Alliance (MFA) pays for off-duty Dallas Police officers to patrol the neighborhood and hosts events for the benefit of Moss Farm residents

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27. Potentials of farm & garden

Nanong Gewog falls under Nanong-Shumar constituency and its member to the parliament (MP) is the Prime Minister of Bhutan. H.E. Lyenpo Jigme Thinley is the first democratically elected Prime Minister of Bhutan. He hails from Druk Phunsum Tshogpa (DPT) party.

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28. Englefield House of farm & garden

Englefield House was the home of the Englefield family, supposedly from the time of King Edgar and certainly until the Elizabethan era when the present building was erected. The house eventually passed to the Benyon family, as part of the largest privately owned estate in West Berkshire.

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29. Uncle Sam's Farm of farm & garden

Uncle Sam's Farm is a song based on a poem by Jesse Hutchinson, Jr., written to encourage immigration to the American West. It was popularized by the Hutchinson Family Singers. It is part of the Roud Folk Song Index and is number 4556 on the list

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30. Political and cultural views of farm & garden

Allison was reported to have strong views about "the domination of money over everything, the growing lack of empathy on the part of the powers-that-be for the population, wars and more wars, and an underlying hypocrisy in society" and the arrogance of colonizers of the Americas.

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31. Sotmany (meteorite) of farm & garden

Sotmany is an L6 ordinary chondrite meteorite which fell on 30 April 2011 in Sotmany village, Poland. The fall occurred at around 6:00 am. Single meteorite penetrated the edge of a roof and shattered on concrete floor into several pieces. It was immediately found by the owners of the farm, alarmed by loud noise.

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32. St Peter's Church of farm & garden

The village's oldest building is the church, which dates from Norman times. There are also a number of interesting buildings such as the Manor House, Hoo Farm and Green End Farm House, all of which date back several hundred years

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33. Municipalities belonging to Achagua territoriesCulture of farm & garden

Achagua people live in large villages. Clans live together in communal houses. Polygamy is commonplace. They farm crops, such as bitter cassava. They traditionally poison their arrows with curare.

There is a small town in Apure called Achaguas.

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34. Colony Farm Regional Park of farm & garden

Colony Farm Regional Park is a park along the Coquitlam River in the Tri-Cities area of Metro Vancouver. It is 260 hectares in size. Colony Farm was once one of the most modern and productive working farms in Canada. Today, it provides important habitat for many animal species and over 200 bird species. .

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35. Activity of farm & garden

Growmark has several retail brands, among them AgriVisor, Archer Lubricants, Fast Stop, FS InVision, HiSoy, the FS System, Green Yard, MID-CO, Seedway, STAR Energy, and United Lubricants.

In Canada, Growmark owns FS Partners, which has partial ownership of Norfolk FS and provides for Haldimand County, Norfolk County, Kitchener, Waterloo, Oxford County, and Middlesex County.

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36. FC Krasnodar-2 of farm & garden

FC Krasnodar-2 (Russian: -2 ) is a Russian football team from Krasnodar, founded in 2013. From 2013 to 2018, it played in the third-tier Russian Professional Football League. It made its debut in the second-tier Russian Football National League in the 201819 season. It is a farm club for the Russian Premier League team FC Krasnodar

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37. Ojakgyo Family of farm & garden

Ojakgyo Family (Korean: ; RR:Ojakgyo Hyeongjedeul; lit. Ojakgyo Brothers) is a South Korean television series starring Uee, Joo Won, Ryu Soo-young, Choi Jung-yoon, Jung Woong-in, Yeon Woo-jin, Baek Il-seob, and Kim Ja-ok. The family drama aired on KBS2 from August 6, 2011 to February 19, 2012 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 58 episodes.

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38. Background of farm & garden

The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Ordinance, 2020 along with The Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Ordinance, 2020 was promulgated by the Union Cabinet on the 5 June 2020.

The Lok Sabha approved the bills on 17 September 2020 and Rajya Sabha on 20 September 2020.

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39. West Cape, Prince Edward Island of farm & garden

West Cape is a cape and an unincorporated community located at the western-most extremity of Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Contrary to popular belief, West Cape is the westernmost extreme point of Prince Edward Island, as opposed to West Point, which lies several kilometres to the south and slightly east.

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40. Eaton, Oxfordshire of farm & garden

Eaton is a hamlet about 4.5 miles (7km) west of Oxford and about 5 miles (8km) northwest of Abingdon. Eaton is in the civil parish of Appleton-with-Eaton, which is traditionally part of Berkshire, and now in the ceremonial county of Oxfordshire

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41. William Painter Farm of farm & garden

William Painter Farm is a historic home located at Chadds Ford Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1808, and is a two-story painted brick building with a late 19th- and an early 20th-century addition. The home was used as a station on the Underground Railroad.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.

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42. Notable people of farm & garden

Sir William Aston (1613 in Leigh - 1671) a barrister, politician, soldier and a justice of the Court of King's Bench (Ireland).

Ernald Lane (born 1836) an Anglican priest, Rector of Leigh, then a prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral until 1888 when he became Archdeacon of Stoke; also a fine rower who represented Oxford in the 1858 Boat Race

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1. Background of farm & garden Origins and parentageDonau was bred by Colonel Milton Young, who owned Donau's sire. At the time of Donau's birth, Col. Young and Thomas Piatt had a racing partnership. Piatt owned Brookdale Farm in Kentucky, a Thoroughbred stud farm located on Greendale Pike approximately seven miles northwest of Lexington, where Donau was foaled in 1907. Donau's sire Woolsthorpe was imported from Britain by Col. Young and his racing partner Charles F. McMeekin (or according to another source Eugene Leigh) in the summer of 1900. Woolsthorpe raced for 10 seasons, from 1890 to 1899 in Britain, winning nine races out of 63 starts for his breeder Prince Peter Soltykoff. Woolsthorpe was the sire of over 200 racing winners before his death at the age of 22 at the Lexington farm of John D. Carr on July 15, 1910, about a month after Donau won the Kentucky Derby. Donau's dam, Al Lone, was bred by H. B. Douglas and was foaled in Fayetteville, Tennessee in 1894. Al Lone was a semi-successful selling-plater with sixteen minor racing wins to her credit in 128 starts that was purchased by Thomas Piatt after her racing career ended in 1903. Al Lone produced Donau's full-brother, Wooltex, in 1909 at Brookdale Farm. Wooltex was later gelded and was a successful steeplechaser in the 1910s. Wooltex was bought by George S. Patton for $2,100 in 1912 and from Patton's personal correspondence, the gelding had a nervous and flighty personality similar to his older brother Donau. Personality and attributesAccording to Thomas Piatt, Donau had a fiery temper as a yearling, repeatedly kicking any other colt that would come near him. Piatt typically reared his yearlings in group pens, but Donau's fractious behavior led Piatt to separate him from other horses. Piatt raised Donau at Brookdale Farm until September 1908, when he was sold to William Gerst for $350. Gerst emigrated to the United States from Germany as a child and was the co-founder of the Gerst Brewing Company in Nashville, Tennessee. William Gerst named the colt Donau after the Danube River. William Gerst remarked on Donau's qualities and personality, "he has the speed of a sprinter, the courage of a bulldog, and the gameness of a fighting cock." Fred Herbert, Donau's jockey in the Derby, said of the often temperamental horse, "he likes to be in company and don't fret a bit when he comes on the track with another horse, while just alone he is a bit nervous." ------ 2. Localities of farm & garden The civil parish of Leigh is centred on the clustered village of Church Leigh but has six satellite hamlets. Separating the last four from the first is a field buffer including the River Blithe which flows south, via the Blithfield Reservoir lake 5 miles (8.0 km) south to feed the River Trent at Alrewas, Staffordshire. WithingtonWithington is a linear settlement on five lanes that is separated to the west from Church Leigh by fields covering 300m; its oldest farmhouse is a listed building. Upper LeighUpper Leigh is a linear settlement on five or six lanes that is separated to the south-east from Lower Leigh by fields covering 100m; it has three listed buildings: Moor Farm, Moor House Farm and Manor Farm. Lower LeighLower Leigh is on a winding lane, separated from the village Primary School and recreation ground by less than 100 metres, to its north-west. The middle of the parish's three bridges along the lanes over the River Blithe is close to the centre of Lower Leigh. Next to this bridge is the aptly-named Brook Farmhouse. Morrilow HeathThis is the largest hamlet in area and population, and the most remote. To the south-west, it is on high ground and has a salient boundary as far as the source of the Sprink Brook. Middleton GreenMiddleton Green is small in population and less than 200m north-east of Morrilow Heath and is 1 mile (1.6 km) south-west of Lower Leigh. Birchwood Park, an isolated farm, towards the Sprink Brook was historically a manor of sorts and is an architectural listed building, like the others in the parish which are non-ecclesiastical, at Grade II only. Big Wood, rises to the southern border here with extensive views over the rest of the village Dods LeighThis traditionally agricultural cluster of buildings includes a chapel, and is 0.5 miles (0.80 km) south of Lower Leigh. GodstoneJust 300m south of Dods Leigh, a traditional manor forms a linear settlement, the traces of which can be made out from the properties, The Orchard, Godstone House and Godstone Cottage, as well as Old Woodcutter, the main four buildings. FieldSix farms make up a cluster which forms Field; the Sprink Brook discharges to the River Blythe at a point in the south of the hamlet. ------ 3. Genesis of farm & garden After meeting a World War I veteran, Wilfred Ellis, who drank in his local pub at Iddesleigh and who had been in the Devon Yeomanry working with horses, Morpurgo began to think of telling the story of the universal suffering of the Great War through a horse's viewpoint, but was unsure that he could do it. He also met another villager, Captain Budgett, who had been in the cavalry in the Great War, and a third villager, Albert Weeks, who remembered the Army coming to the village to buy horses. Morpurgo thanks these three men in the dedication of the book. With his wife, Morpurgo had founded Farms for City Children, a charity where inner city children live and work on rural farms for a week. Interviewed by Fi Glover on Saturday Live on BBC Radio 4 in December 2010, Morpurgo recounted the event that convinced him he could write the book: One of the kids who came to the farm from Birmingham, a boy called Billy, the teachers warned me that he had a stammer and told me not to ask him direct questions because it would terrify him if he had to be made to speak because he doesnt speak.I came in the last evening into the yard behind this big Victorian house where they all live, and there he was, Billy, standing in his slippers by the stable door and the lantern above his head, talking. Talking, talking, talking, to the horse. And the horse, Hebe, had her head just over the top of the stable, and she was listening; thats what I noticed, that the ears were going, and I knew she knew that she had to stay there whilst this went on, because this kid wanted to talk, and the horse wanted to listenthis was a two way thing.I went and got the teachers, and brought them up through the vegetable garden, and we stood there in the shadows, and we listened to Billy talking, and they were completely amazed how this child who couldnt get a word outthe words were simply flowing. All the fear had gone, and there was something about the intimacy of this relationship, the trust building up between boy and horse, that I found enormously moving, and I thought: Well yes, you could write a story about the First World War through the eyes of a horse, and yes, the horse didn't understand every word, but she knew it was important for her to stand there and be there for this child." Another inspiration for the book, after meeting the veterans and seeing Billy with Hebe the horse, was an old oil painting that Morpurgo's wife Clare had been left: "It was a very frightening and alarming painting, not the sort you'd want to hang on a wall. It showed horses during the First World War charging into barbed wire fences. It haunted me." The painting was by F. W. Reed and was dated 1917, and showed a British cavalry charge on German lines, with horses entangled in barbed wire. Morpurgo wrote a fictionalised version of this painting in his "Author's Note" at the start of the book. In his version, the painting shows a red bay with a white cross on his forehead, and the painting bears the legend: "Joey. Painted by Captain James Nicholls, autumn 1914.":)
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