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property

Any tangible or intangible thing that is or may be owned by someone.

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"Such stability is not guaranteed if the forest is transferred to private ownership without adequate safeguards for public access and use, resulting in a potential loss of amenity for the thousands of visitors who use the forest for walking, riding and cycling each year.
The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, along with Pennsylvania's Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, wound up not only with private ownership but local ownership as well.
With the company in private ownership, speculation has been mounting that it will scrap its expansion plans and concentrate investment on its existing sites in London, Birmingham and Manchester.
Many of the properties, which are unfit for habitation, are still in private ownership with the remainder owned by a social housing provider.''
The Federalist gauchos and comuneros represented the old society derived from the mercedes, while the Liberals or ex-Unitarios represented the new society embodied by private ownership of land.
Break Down's coherence hinges on an unreflected assertion of the sovereign rights of private ownership (Landy has dubbed his action "the ultimate consumer choice").
It would seem that in their own self-interest, states ought to encourage widespread private ownership of the means of production.
Similar stories can be told about neighbors working together in other parts of the country, in diverse public and private ownership settings and pursing a variety of objectives.
In medieval times, for instance, private ownership of land during growing season gave way to village ownership of land during the grazing season.
At a more pragmatic level, the judiciary's estate has not escaped the international move towards private ownership. Twelve recent Dutch court house projects have been privately developed, and let to the state for fixed periods, after which it is possible that the developer will need to find more conventional, commercial tenants.
Our petition demands an urgent review of firearms legislation and a ban on private ownership of handguns.
It has since returned to private ownership. Chicago-based Johnson Products Co.