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landowner

(ˈlændonɚ)
n. a corpse; a dead person. (see also buy the farm.) Now old Mr. Carlson was a landowner for real.
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2006), while others have treated the groundwater use right as part of a landownership right.
76) A vital element in the social and economic fabric, these forms of collective landownership differed widely but fell into three main types.
The landownership gave rise to civic institutions largely coordinated and directed by members of local Black communities.
In The Antiquary, each of the main protagonists, through his engagement with landownership and money, seems to rehearse a particular version of the nation's history.
In the Middle Ages, the main form of property was feudal or estate property, where 'The hierarchical structure of landownership, and the armed bodies of retainers associated with it, gave the nobility power over the serfs' (Marx and Engels, 1998: 40).
Commenting on these developments, former chief minister Ashok Chavan lauded the government for probing the landownership issue.
Among their topics are the development of capitalist landownership in Egypt, the main components of the large landholding class, the relations of production in the countryside, and the large landowners and the social question.
This alone testifies to the nature of the economy which was based on feudal landownership and the jajamaniisystem of exchange of ritual/professional services.
Mitchell, From Reconstruction to Deconstruction: Undermining Black Landownership, Political Independence, and Community Through Partition Sales of Tenancies in Common, 95 NW.
This was made possible through the systems of landownership, by which elite families controlled space, ultimately allowing the Season to occur.
Unlike private land, national forest landownership doesn't change and our trees have gotten larger compared (to private lands).
ISLAMABAD, June 28, 2011 (Frontier Star): Speakers on a seminar demanded revision of forest laws addressing landownership and judicious distribution of royalty in forest communities.
A high concentration of landownership is a major constraint to agricultural growth and alleviation of poverty.
The Color of the Land: Race, Nation, and the Politics of Landownership in Oklahoma, 1832-1929, by David A.