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1. We should encourage reclamation and recycling.
2. On June 17, 1902, the Reclamation Act became law.
3. Land reclamation could partially offset that loss, but the feasibility of such conversion is questionable because of the huge costs involved.
4. Under Roosevelt and Ickes, the Bureau of Reclamation underwent some fundamental changes, the most obvious of which was in size.
5. The newly created Reclamation Service exerted a magnetic pull on the best engineering graduates in the country.
6. Reclamation in 1987 stopped generating power during critical salmon spawning and rearing months.
7. The Dutch reclamation of their land is a classic case of man's struggle against nature.
8. The only way to steer reclamation away from utter financial disaster in the Missouri Basin was to subsidize it with hydropower revenues.
9. At Pevensey, reclamation of the adjacent estuary had reduced tidal scouring, which had previously kept the river mouth open.
10. Owing to reclamation, technological improvements and urbanization, agricultural productivity and the level of production rose during the period.
11. An ambitious reclamation scheme on the south coast also came to nothing around this time.
12. By contrast MDC's land reclamation and infrastructural provisions have demonstrated a markedly weaker propensity for attracting private capital.
13. Agriculture was to be improved by west-coast land reclamation and technological innovations.
14. The reclamation venture provides just one example of the resourcefulness which engineers have to display to succeed in tin mining in Cornwall.
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15. The underlying covenant may be concerned with constant reclamation - reclaiming and being reclaimed.
16. The reclamation would involve dumping the dredged material on the estuary's Lappel bank.
17. Some environmental improvements and land reclamation had additionally taken place.
18. When the temperature control device is operating, Reclamation can have it both ways.
19. However, on July 29, the same day the Reclamation panel reached its verdict, Otis could no longer contain himself.
20. The photographs are an act of reclamation of a kind of urban territory that long ago stopped being landscape.
21. Nineteenth-century irrigation pioneers were better suited to endure hardships than settlers who struggled to survive on Federal Reclamation projects after 1902.
22. Male repealers in Plymouth, like Banks[sentencedict.com], heartily warmed to the growing focus on reclamation within the movement.
23. The Roosevelt administration, however, was emphatically on the side of the Bureau of Reclamation.
24. State legislators and officials joined the chorus of promoters seeking Reclamation projects....
25. The site of a former steelworks near Blantyre in Lanarkshire has already been earmarked for land reclamation using sludge.
26. It also plans to increase the land area 15% through reclamation projects.
27. Alice Berwicke, visiting Plymouth for the association in 1881, found reclamation and educational work in full swing in the local branch.
28. Such a recommendation, the panel added, was of course based on the assumption that the Reclamation project was still feasible.
29. I imagine this is on the grounds that there can be no profitable reclamation of the goods in default of settlement!
30. Elsewhere enclosed fields have been created by Saxons, and produced by medieval forest clearance. moorland reclamation and marshland drainage.
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