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  • n  a holder or proprietor of land

  • Greer argues that upon marriage Anne had not passed "her sell-by date" the average Elizabethan woman married at 27 and that as a landholder she could gain little by .
  • The ROC the largest landholder under the Romanovs is now getting back its estates, potentially worth billions.
  • To many a California landholder this action seemed just and proper.

  • John Brumby in Sydney Morning Herald
    We are confident the landholders will do the right thing and spray locusts on their property but, given the scale of the threat, it's appropriate to cover every possible scenario, such as when a landholder is away,Mr Brumby said.
  • Anna Bligh in Bay Post/Moruya Examiner
    This is well within the caretaker conventions established during an election period,Ms Bligh said. "The landholder in question was treated no differently to other landowners whose properties were also purchased during the caretaker...
  • Louise Asher in Sydney Morning Herald
    So there's been a significant landholder contribution already to this project and now clearly the users are going to get hit with the extra $50 million,Ms Asher told AAP. "I think it's pretty unfair that the government's botched the...

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