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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.

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They eventually unearthed one of Beckett's first books, Murphy, which had been sitting in the Bermondsey Public Reserve Library, southeast London, since 1938.
It was signed between the State Public Reserve Fund and the Construction and Development Fund in Uzbekistan here on Monday, the second and last day of an official visit to Oman by Uzbek President Islam Karimov.
If still in his Senate position, Lott would have probably asked that the public reserve judgment until the facts were exposed.
It had the potential to serve as a public reserve for the eventual expansion of the Honolulu urban core.
In fact, economists agree that every barrel of oil we put in the public reserve displaces oil that might otherwise have gone into private inventories.
In essence, Qualico is returning much of Assiniboine Landing to the prairie landscape of 150 years ago: the contour of the land has not been bulldozed flat, the 18 acres of hardwood forest and tree shelterbelts of maples, ash, basswood and oak are protected in public reserve and the riverbank will be maintained in its natural state.
Washington's characteristic public reserve architectural, retail, even stylistic--is visible on almost every page of Goode's work.
Its reservation as a public reserve in 1865 marked its emergence as an attraction with a nucleus and an essential setting.
Chelsea was respected for her studious nature and public reserve.
The Glover Island Property is located in a Public Reserve that was established in 2002 and the principal environmental sensitivity involves Pine Marten populations.
However, since Saudi Arabia has accumulated a healthy public reserve fund of about $ 700 billion, deficits would not represent a problem for a while.

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