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landowner

landoh ner

  • n  a holder or proprietor of land

  • William Randolph Hearst, largest individual landowner in Mexico, has filed a formal protest with the State Department at Washington against the threatened seizure of his .
  • It is harmlessly sentimental a country maid throws violets (violet song) and cherries (cherry song) at an Alsatian landowner, and the landowner joins in a final duet: "lo t .
  • He joined the CPC in 193811 years before Chairman Mao's peasant army swept into Beijingand remained a committed cadre even after his father, a landowner, was killed by .
News & Articles

  • Get look at habitat work on Sauvie Island
    Learn about on-the-ground conservation efforts on Sauvie Island on June 22 during an interpretive tour with Jane Hartline, an island landowner and the founder of the Sauvie Island Habitat Partnership.
    June 15, 2013 - Salem Statesman Journal
  • Anselmo's wall comes down in Shingletown
    Shasta CountyShingletown Landowner Reverge Anselmo has torn down his wall on Inwood Road.
    June 14, 2013 - KRCR TV Redding
  • State disapproves of latest application to log Squak
    The Department of Natural Resources stated in its response to logger Kurt Erickson’s most recent application to log only on the top of Squak Mountain, that it “believes the landowner/applicant is an alter ego of other persons or entities that do own 500 acres within 50 miles of saltwater.
    June 14, 2013 - Sammamish Reporter
Quotes

  • Eddie Francis in CBC.ca
    Nevertheless, "this was the responsibility of a private landowner," Francis said.
  • Jim Gibbons in San Jose Mercury News
    Gibbons said in his letter to the Ethics Commission that there's no evidence that he acted "in any way differently than any other landowner would act: I bought a piece of property that had an agricultural use assessment, and I applied to continue...
  • Sonny Perdue in WXIA-TV
    It's looking like the old West,Perdue said. "Where one landowner would try to dry another one up downstream. The interesting thing is that Alabama is trying to use these insane rules of the fish and wildlife and the Corps of Engineers, to...

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