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COTTAGE, estates. A small dwelling house. See 1 Tho. Co. Litt. 216; Sheph. Touchst. 94; 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1571, note.
     2. The grant of a cottage, it is said, passes a small dwelling-house, which has no land belonging to it. Shep. To. 94.

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ou ou FA 7 co Sa FACTFILE: Prices for a week stay at Summer Cottage are from PS739, book at sykescottages.co.uk.
Over 700 summer cottages will be demolished in Astana for city development purposes, astana.kz reported.
The Cat Did Not Die's opening chapters follow a developmentally stunted man who lives nearby the summer cottage of a young couple (Beth and Ulf).
It is the kind of book I would read if I found it on the shelf of a summer cottage but not something I would buy
In her typical fashion (shivery but not gory), Hahn tells about 13-year-old Ali, who is babysitting for her aunt at their family's summer cottage by a lake in Maine.
Mary follows the advice of her mother Catherine (Candice Bergen) and doesn't confront Stephen, preferring to lick her wounds at a summer cottage retreat in Maine.
but you can find yourself an affordable summer cottage along the Moray coast.
Here, Pomp and Circumstance Marches I and II were composed The Elgars also rented a secluded summer cottage, Birchwood Lodge, over the hills at Storridge, where he completed The Dream of Gerontius, which he considered "the best of me", although its first performance in 1900 was "disastrous", according to the Elgar Museum.
Sylvia and I have a summer cottage at Kingston, the old Loyalist area of NB, on the scenic and historic Saint John River.
Secretary for membership is Major H R Hampson, Summer Cottage, 65 Green Lane, Lambley, Notts, NG4 4QE.
(1) (1) Jaan ehita-s / ei ehita-nud suvila-t Jaan:NOM build-PST:3SG / NEG build-PPTC summer_cottage-PRTV 'Jaan built / did not build a summer cottage' (2a) Ma ehita-n suvila-t I:NOM build-PRS:1SG summer_cottage-PRTV 'I'm building a summer cottage' (2b) Me ehita - me suvila-t we:NOM build-PRS:1PL summer cottage-PRTV 'We are building a summer cottage'
In effect, this district's "summer cottage" period was a telling prelude to its emergence as a markedly middle-class district in Toronto of the 1920s and later.