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landowner

noun agrorum possessor, estate owner, freeholder, holder of legal title, landed proprietor, landlord, owner of an estate in land, owner of land, owner of real estate, owner of real property, owner of the fee, property holder, property owner, proprietor, real propprty holder, real property owner, titleholder
Associated concepts: landowner's liability
See also: landholder, proprietor, tenant
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Nonetheless, this collection is a valuable contribution toward understanding religious affiliations in the lower strata of the landowning classes.
organization for these units is the provincial PTT, which answers directly to the landowning brigade and acts as the higher element of tactical control.
There was old, landowning money from his forebears, whom he claimed, in twinkling fashion, stretched back to King Lud, legendary founder of London, but by the time John Kyffin Williams was born in Llangefni, Anglesey, it was running out.
This would go a long way toward healing the current friction in most nations between the landless many and the landowning few.
In landowning families, middle-born daughters are the most likely to become prostitutes.
I also hope the judge passing sentence on him is a landowning ex-foxhunting Conservative supporter.
Now the king of the neighborhood, which is sandwiched between TriBeCa, Greenwich Village and SoHo, Trinity has an entire real estate arm dedicated to managing, leasing and developing its properties and is one of the biggest landowning churches in the city.
Lorenzen-Schmidt provides us with an overview on early peasant literacy in Schleswig-Holstein, which means the period between 1450 and 1600, trying to pinpoint when and why peasants started to write, connecting that kind of activity with issues such as landowning patterns (33-49).
Nationalization followed fitfully throughout the rest of continental Europe, concentrated largely in towns and often deferring to the private authority of the landowning aristocracy.
Amanda grew up in the Yorkshire village of North Stainley, where her multi-millionaire father Robert is part of a landowning family.
The teamwork which ensued between the villagers and the local landowning family testified, said Girvan, to `the critical role of religious faith in bridging the gap between the materially privileged and the materially less privileged'.
Elvis was a Mansel and, according to Michael, was descended from a wealthy and powerful English landowning family of the same name.