A word used in describing a course or distance, which usually is disregarded where not controlled or explained by a monument or other marker, and may be given meaning and effect where so controlled and explained. 12 Am J2d Bound § 57. An inconclusive term, standing alone, where used as a designation of the quantity of goods covered by a contract of sale. Annos: 7 ALR 511-1 26 ALR2d 1120; 46 Am J1st Sales § 159. This word has been given the same interpretation as "more or less" with respect to relief by way of rescission or adjustment of purchase price for mutual mistake as to quantity ofland where the sale is in gross. Anno: 1 ALR2d 50, 96.

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