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PARK, Eng. law. An enclosed chase (q.v.) extending only over a man's own grounds. The term park signifies an enclosure. 2 Bl. Com. 38.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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But LD Fonde's chief executive Dorrit Vanglo claimed Fortress Investment Group was not only interested in its stake but all of Parken Sport & Entertainment.
Newcastle United defender Ciaran Clark (centre) goes through his paces as the Republic of Ireland train at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark ahead of tonight's World Cup qualification play-off first leg
Damian Fernandez, founder and CEO of Parken Inc said, 'Currently the parking reservations industry is highly balkanised.
was caught out by a tricky Parken surface the day before the main event but recovered to post a string of second places as he replaced the injured Chris Holder in the meeting.
The next two GPs are under the respective roofs of Parken and the Millennium Stadium and Woffinden said: "I've had a bad track record on the indoor ones, but hopefully I'm going to set that straight.
The 2013 Men's European Volleyball Championships draw to a close Sunday at the Parken Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark.
He said that safety was always the main concern when it comes to events at Parken and therefore, they had to make every effort to ensure that fans of their guests only have access to the away section.
The protest was peaceful, beginning near Parken Stadium in Eysterboro before moving to the embassy Sunday afternoon, The Copenhagen Post reported Monday.
The buyer said the transaction includes a partnership with YouTube star Megan Parken, who will become part of the recently launched Lockerz Style Council, which offers insight on trends and merchandise assortments and also provides Lockerz members with suggestions through boutiques in the Lockerz store.
The event took place at the country's national stadium, PARKEN, last Saturday, conveniently situated right in the centre of Copenhagen itself.
Nicolas Anelka, who had been so deadly at the Parken Stadium, was the culprit-in-chief but the Frenchman was barely more guilty than several of his team-mates.
England drew with Montenegro and lost to France in their last two games of 2010 but there were lots of positives at the Parken Stadium ahead of their Euro 2012 qualifier in Wales on March 26.