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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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Landowning elites were the significant and important elite group in Sind.
Daughters of landowning and landless parents entered the sex trade with comparable frequency and almost always with their parents' knowledge.
Nationalization followed fitfully throughout the rest of continental Europe, concentrated largely in towns and often deferring to the private authority of the landowning aristocracy.
Its president, Chris Brasher, made a public point of tearing up a `Code of Respect' that had been in place since autumn 1995, co-signed by conservation and landowning bodies as well as by LARA, the Land Access and Recreation Association, which represents off-road vehicle groups.
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'.
In the struggle between the landowning lumpenbourgeoisie and the industrialists in 19th century Latin America victory tended to favour the former in most cases.
In Chapter 7, as a second example, entitled "Masonic Freedom in the 21st Century", the author takes the Masons to task for emphasizing the history of abuses by Catholics against freedom, but failing to include abuses by the Protestants, and more especially Martin Luther who sided with the German landowning establishment against the German peasants.
In the Hassidic village of Polana, in the sub-Carpathian region of the Ukraine, young Hanele and her family struggle to get by after her rich landowning grandfather loses his fortune.
In cases where the fences were on land not owned by the city, officials have sought permission from the landowning agencies to cover up the fences with vines.
Douglas was born of an old Scottish landowning family, which had intermarried with German aristocrats, and he attended the Gymnasium at Karlsruhe, Ger.
An eventual decline in the power and prestige of landowning elites is also evident in the contributions on Ireland, Italy, and Britain.
As for wealth, some of the ulama constituted an important element in the landowning class and some were even engaged in trade and commercial activities.