One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Land of no value.
- ‘The implication is obvious: We have been to enough moose pastures in our travels over the past year or two.’
- ‘In the spring and summer of 1897 they laid out a grid pattern on the moose pasture which was to become the town site, hoping to organize whatever growth might occur.’
- ‘Of that, I have 130 acres under cultivation but the other 190 is moose pasture.’
- ‘With only $11,000 in the bank, the chance that this piece of moose pasture would amount to anything was slim to none.’
- ‘These properties are not grass roots exploration projects as Bob Bishop and I feared, nor are they moose pasture.’
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