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MANSION. This term is synonymous with house. (q.v.) 1 Chit. Pr. 167; 2 T. R. 502; 1 Tho. Co. Litt. 215, n. 35; 9 B. & C. 681; S. C. 17 E. C. L. R. 472, and the cases there cited; Com. Dig. Justices, P 5; 3 Serg. & Rawle, 199. A portion only of a building may come under the description of a mansion-house. 1 Leach, 89, 428; 1 East, P. C. C. 15, s. 19. 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1571, note.

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(22.) Millon L, Barale T, Julliot MC, Martinez J, Mantion G.
(18) Diary entry of 23 March 1826, quoted by Jean-Remy Mantion, 'Enveloppes a Marat David', in La Mort de Marat, ed.
Alarm bells rang for conservationists in Coventry recently when the leader of the council, Ken Taylor, said he would like to see the city's popula"But we could do with a mantion increase by 100,000 and appeared to suggest that green belt land - including Coundon Wedge - could be used for housing.
"The number of online gamers will grow from about 47 million in 2003 to 127 million by 2008," said Eric Mantion, senior analyst with In-Stat/MDR.
"Developing backplanes based on high performance, open standards such as ATCA achieves the cost savings objective important to top tier telecom OEMs," said Eric Mantion, senior analyst at In-Stat/MDR.
"Online gaming is a real industry, which will make real money, and has some fairly significant consequences for the companies involved," said Eric Mantion, a senior analyst with the company.
"By offering the very core of a 640Gbps switch or router for less than $110k, Internet Machines has an opportunity to really help OEMs provide equipment to carriers that have a completely new pricing paradigm," said Eric Mantion, senior analyst, In-Stat/MDR.
"As much of the industry's advances rely solely on those in semiconductor technology, IC vendors will enjoy a bountiful future as new networks are constructed, existing ones are upgraded and the yet untapped access and enterprise markets are penetrated," says Eric Mantion, a senior analyst with In-Stat/MDR.
(4.) Grimes (1992) lists the following languages as having 10,000 or more speakers: Central and Yaosakor Asmat (53,000); Awyu (18,000); Biak (100,000); Damal (14,000, including Amungme); Lower Grand Valley, Mid-Grand Valley, and Western Dani (300,000); Ekari (100,000, also known as Kapauku); Hatam (12,000); Kaeti (10,000); Northern and Southern Kati (12,000); Mai Brat (20,000); Mantion (12,000); Meah 10,000; Moni (25,000); Nduga (10,000); Ngalum (10,000); Sentani (25,000); Wolani (10,000); Angguruk and Ninia Yali (50,000); Taqay (10,000); and Yonggom (17,000).