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Land

in the most general sense, comprehends

any ground,

soil,

or earth

whatsoever; as

meadows, pastures, woods,

moors, waters, marshes, furzes, and heath.

The word “land” includes not only the soil, but everything attached to it,

whether attached by the course of nature,

as trees, herbage, and water,

or

by the hand of man, as buildings and fences. 

Land is the solid material of the earth, whatever may be the ingredients of which it is composed, whether soil, rock, or other substance. 

Natural Resource

Asset or material

contributing to the nation’s

natural capital.

To extract, process, or refine

natural resources requires

capital and human resources,

as mental and physical labor.

By these means,

the nation obtains its true economic value.

Printing

The art of impressing letters;

 the art of making books or papers

by impressing legible characters

Instrument

A written document;

a formal or legal document

in writing, such as a

contract, deed, will, bond, or lease.

Capital

The most important city or town

of a country or region, usually its seat of

government and administrative center

or

wealth in the form of money

or

other assets owned by a person or organization

or

available or contributed

to start a company or invest.

Medium of Exchange

As a measure and standard of value

in commercial transactions

between

buyers and sellers,

these specific types of

commodity, currency,

or

a financial instrument

are used.

Its ability to be used as a medium of exchange is a distinguishing characteristic of money .

Digital Medium

A physical

way of storing

media or archiving it.

It can hold data, graphics, audio, and video.

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