The dictionary defines land as the part of the earth's surface that is not covered by water, as opposed to the sea or the air. Diet, as in assembly, might be derived from Medieval Latin dieta, meaning both "parliamentary assembly" and "daily food allowance", from earlier Latin diaeta transcribing Classical Greek δίαιτα diaita, meaning "way of living", and hence also "diet", "regular (daily) work". In an alternative view, diet means "people". The word is related to Deutsch, Dutch, and Diets. The Diet is the annual meeting of the people.



LAND DIET IS AN ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE CONCERNED WITH THE USE OR DISUSE OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE