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ownerless

(ˈəʊnəlɪs)
adj
having no owner
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Adj.1.ownerless - having no ownerownerless - having no owner      
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ownerless

[ˈəʊnəlɪs] ADJsin dueño
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Special attention was also paid to issues related to the overhaul of the Shomikovskaya school, the implementation of a pro-active budgeting program, registration of ownerless property in the ownership of rural settlements, and the participation of the district in the "City Comfortable Environment" program.
The head of state noted the need for rational use of land, so that no one of its span remains ownerless.
Younger professionals are often the people renting in the centre of London and are part of the group that generally have embraced an ownerless society," he said.
Casey, The Car of the Future May Ownerless as well as Driverless, MarketWatch (Mar.
If it weren't for the fences separating the lots, this rugged landscape of yellow (because of the native grass), green (from the pine trees), white (from the snow) would seem to be ownerless.
Driverless vehicles will end up being ownerless vehicles.
Semantics matters here because this shift enables the edict to declare the abandoned slaves as free, rather than simply ownerless property that can be reclaimed again (Major, 1993).
The Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer, who rules on ownerless goods and property in Scotland on behalf of the Crown, has ruled the items should be handed to National Museums Scotland for display.
The Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer (QLTR) - who rule on ownerless goods - say the 100 or so items should be allocated to National Museums Scotland, who must pay the retired businessman from Ayr PS1.
What makes this situation noteworthy was the fact that the turd was ownerless.
Most of the heads of service que interviewed, when asked about what led to change, repeated this same type of expression, showing that changed happened and was not necessarily led by any authority, and are seen as sort of ownerless.
The investigation also provides a summary of all 34 files, which shows that pit bulls and ownerless dogs made up the majority of all cases reviewed.