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John Malone with 2.2 million acres, Ted Turner with 2.1 million acres, Red Emmerson with 1.2 million acres, and Henry Singleton with 1.15 million acres.
132 C.E. A land lease from Bar Kokhba written on papyrus, and found in the Cave of Letters in the Judean Dessert. The lease is in the Jerusalem Museum.
  • Burj Khalifa in Dubai completed in 2010, with 163 stories at 2723 feet
  • Shanghai Tower in Shanghai completed in 2015, with 123 stories at 2,073 feet
  • Abraj Al-Bait Clock Tower in Mecca completed in 2012, with 120 stories at 1,971 feet
  • Ping An Finance Center in Shenzhen completed in 2016, with 115 stories at 1.965 feet.

(Before September 11, 2001, the World Trade Centers in New York had been the third tallest at 1368 feet.)

Four tablet fragments dating to 1868 B.C. are remnants of the ancient Sumerian Code of Lipit-Ishtar that includes issues of lateral and subjacent support.
16.5 feet, 5.03 meters, and a rod are all correct in the context of surveying, depending upon the source in history
55 Water Street contains 3.6 million square feet, the equivalent of 30 blocks It has 70 elevators and more than 18,000 people work there

(The Sears Tower in Chicago is bigger)

In December 2000, the Philip Merrill Environmental Center in Annapolis, Maryland, using the LEED New Construction v1.0 rating system.
On August 10, 1626, the Canarsee Delaware Indians agreed to sell the 22 square mile Manhattes island at the mouth of the Hudson River to Dutch settlers for cloth and trinkets. At the end of the 20th century, Manhattan was estimated to be worth at least $143 billion.

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