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COTTAGE, estates. A small dwelling house. See 1 Tho. Co. Litt. 216; Sheph. Touchst. 94; 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1571, note.
     2. The grant of a cottage, it is said, passes a small dwelling-house, which has no land belonging to it. Shep. To. 94.

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Another panelist, Gary Shandling, poked a bit of fun at Penn, joking several times about the actor's supposed vacation house "in Iran.
We picked our vacation house on the Vineyard in part because it comes with access to a private tennis court.
That's why he and the wife were able to put money into a 529 for the grandkids' college education and have Sally and her brother Tommy stay with them at their vacation house on the Cape for the whole summer, year after year.
Whether it was a weekend getaway with Miss Vicki at Rehoboth Beach or Harper's Ferry, a visit to Put-In-Bay with family and friends, a business trip to photograph Soldiers benefiting from the latest Roll on/Roll off technology, or helping me (perhaps more accurately, me helping him) with a project at our Kent Island vacation house, John attacked it all with a plan and the simple expectation of success.
The first cabin we fell in love with sold to a Florida couple for a vacation house the day we saw it.
For years, when Dale Anderson and his wife, Kim, needed an escape during the colder months in Canton, Ohio, they stole away to their vacation house in Hilton Head Island, S.
I really liked that floor plan, but I had to make some changes so that it could be used as a vacation house," says Russell.
Montanye's view was seconded by Stephen Elbaz, president of Esquire Management Corporation, who recommended such measures as color coding various office documents and keeping a list of contacts for every employee's vacation house.
Jerome Aumente writes: "After sampling the Virginia mountains for nearly two decades with a vacation house, Mary [Aumente's wife] and I decided to become full-time mountaineers and built a retirement home on Long Mountain, surrounded by the Blue Ridge and Massanutten mountains and the Shenandoah Valley down below.
After the robbery of his vacation house, Bernd's fear grows, not just as a side effect of violence, but because of the failure of the German police and justice system to take the necessary measures to ensure citizens' safety.
This was President Truman's vacation house, and it has been restored to its 1940s condition.
And if we love interior design, a vacation house has another more tangible appeal in that it offers an opportunity to play with a building which is completely different from our regular home.