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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwetlandwet‧land /ˈwetlənd/ noun [countable often plural, uncountable]  an area of land that is partly covered with water, or is wet most of the time
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wetlandWhat the students had come to value as a wetland, the administration had seen as an eyesore.Each wetland evolved a landscape character as individual as the spirit of its people was independent.In about one week 100 percent of the water is recycled, cleansed by microbiological activity in wetland treatment areas.This marshy wetland would have easily been converted for their use.Such rulings are a key to our understanding of the old wetland economy.
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