chattel house


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chattel house

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(Architecture) (esp in Barbados) a movable wooden dwelling, usually set on a foundation of loose stones on rented land
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Or at Leopardstown on August 12 when Joseph rode a double for the yard; Why in the opening fillies' maiden - with Johnny Murtagh back in third on the lesser-fancied Chattel House, owned, like Why, by Sue Magnier, but trained by David Wachman - and Beethoven in the Group 3 Desmond Stakes as Murtagh watched from the weighing room.
Among other amenities, Cobblers Cove features award-winning Terrace Restaurant and new Chattel House Treatment Rooms, both highlighting the grace and sophistication Barbados exudes.
More cheap and cheerful was Ragamuffins in Holetown, a chattel house restaurant specialising in Bajan food: Shellfish, lobster, West Indian curries and blackened Tuna.
I was discussing this last week with my partner's family as we drank rum and ate rice and peas in a chattel house beside a cane field.
She remembered Daddy keeping Leghorns 'pon the hill where we used to live before Daddy decided to move his chattel house off Balls' Tenantry land, and relocate it on buy ground, his dead and deceased father left for him and his brothers and sisters.
Johnny Murtagh, on third-placed Chattel House, was severely cautioned by the stewards to be seen to make more of an effort in future after an inquiry was called into the running and riding of the filly.
You'll find department stores and duty-free shops although the brightly-painted Chattel House Villages, cattered across the island, are more authentic shopping outlets.
In those days, prior to leaving Bimshire, thirty-two years now, I used to five at a rented chattel house with King Pilate and a cousin.
The Chattel House Garden (Silver Flora) is another Caribbean pastiche.
It's far enough from a chattel house," the wife said.
I often wonder what goes on outside the wrought iron gates of the Master's compound, beyond the shabby facade of the slave's chattel house.
When the drunk rich man drove into a chattel house and seriously injured the old lady sitting in the gallery, you were ready to arrest him at the hospital, but your boss gently held your shoulder.