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Personalty

Goods; chattels; articles; movable property, whether animate or inanimate.

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Personal Property.

personalty

n. movable assets (things, including animals) which are not real property, money, or investments. (See: personal property, real property)

personalty

noun assets, available means, chattels, effects, funds, holdings, investments, perronal property, personal resources, possessions, property, resources, wealth
See also: chattel, effects, estate, movable, paraphernalia, possessions, property
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He reckons Strictly is all about personalties at this stage but when he quickstepped to victory last week I was stumped.
A spokesman said: "The show will give fans a chance to meet some of their favourite characters, sports stars or personalties, which is a real once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
The WWE has created such well-known personalties over the years as Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
The Italian and fiery Welshman, who received a standing ovation from both reds and City supporters, are believed to have experience a clash of personalties.
The 12th annual East-West All-Star Football Game, scheduled for June 15 at Birmingham High in Lake Balboa, should be interesting because the teams are shaping up to have different personalties.
The Speed Art Museum no longer significantly exemplifies the tastes and personalties of the Speed family but other museums which began life eighty years ago remain fundamentally the creation of their founders.
Two of Welsh sports biggest personalties talked over their experiences of being the most powerful men in Welsh sporting circles.
The PRD is also attempting to increase its appeal by allocating at-large seats for prominent politicians and other personalties who were previously not members of the party.
But while the personalties made headlines, the Villa Park trophy cabinet remained empty.
Today, actors, singers and other Hollywood personalties are vying to have their names associated with environmental issues pertaining to wood and wood products.