possession

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possession

Exercising dominion or control over property.There are two varieties of real property possession. Actual possession occurs when property is in the immediate physical control and occupancy of a party. Constructive possession exists as to the whole of a property when someone is in actual possession of a part.

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(44) The forced transfers have something else in common: unlike in the settled agricultural districts of central Russia, where serfs enjoyed a degree of protection and a measure of quiet independence cultivating their holdings, working in cottage industries, or serving in towns and paying quitrent to their owners, possessional serfs in Ural mining districts were exploited like slaves, worked hard and brutally; they were a significant element in Pugachev's uprising, which the serfs in central Russia declined to join.
They enjoyed the possessional and territorial advantage throughout, with the fact Saints were 6-1 behind in the penalty count and placed on a team warning for their indiscipline midway through the half underlining the pressure they were under.
My style is a mixture of where I come from in Holland, based on good possessional play but with an attacking intent.