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a group of houses or apartments, usually of the same size and design, often erected on a tract of land by one builder and controlled by one management.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Its green belt, which restricts building in countryside close to the city, is strangling industrial and
On discharge, he found his land had been cleared and marked out for a
He wanted to show us a
he is building.
It's those sudden unscheduled cornfield and
stops, that seem to interrupt the flow of my day.
They ensure the survival of a lot of trees which might otherwise have been cleared for farmland and
The stone burial chamber where the hoard was found is being excavated before a new
is constructed on the site.
When you think
, you don't think great architecture.
He built a vast
using government land.
In a free-market economy, the farm would have been sold to a developer and converted into a
The beach is accessed from a small road through a
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