predial


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pre·di·al

 (prē′dē-əl)
adj.
Variant of praedial.

predial

(ˈpriːdɪəl)
adj
(Agriculture) a variant spelling of praedial

prae•di•al

or pre•di•al

(ˈpri di əl)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to land or its products.
2. arising from or consequent upon the occupation of land.
3. attached to land.
[1425–75; < Medieval Latin praediālis landed = Latin praedi(um) farm, estate + -ālis -al1]
prae`di•al′i•ty, n.
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Toward my tract of land and the things that were on it--the creeks, the swamps, the hills, the meadows, the stones, the trees--he maintained a peculiar personal attitude, that might be called predial rather than proprietary.
Possuem corpo docente e tecnico-administrativo formado por professores, supervisores, tecnicos educacionais, especialistas em educacao, diretores e secretarios escolares e administrativos, trabalhando de modo integrado, no planejamento e execucao das acoes das escolas, alem das equipes de vigilancia e de manutencao predial.
La nueva formula integra como indicadores a la poblacion, el Producto Interno Bruto Estatal (pibe) y la recaudacion de los impuestos y derechos estatales, incluyendo la del impuesto predial y los derechos de agua municipales o estatales (SHCP, 2008).
Para o setor de Manutencao, que realiza atividades nas diversas unidades da organizacao, nao ha separacao dos servicos em predial e em equipamentos.
En su trabajo, luego de un analisis profundo y exhaustivo, Camardelli (2003) concluye que "los puesteros criollos del lote fiscal 20 en particular y los de la region del Chaco Salteno semiarido en general, han aprendido a convivir y producir, aprovechando recursos ambientales fuertemente restrictivos" (245), y continua diciendo que dichos productores aumentaron sus ingresos prediales globales, que si bien a algunos no alcanza para la reproduccion de la unidad familiar, a otros queda un saldo para atender la reproduccion de la unidad, pero manteniendo un comportamiento de bajo nivel de inversion en lo predial productivo.
Business organizations such as the Mexican Employers' Federation (Coparmex) are leading calls for reform, arguing that the tax levied on commercial rents, known as the predial, is applied inequitably and thus hits a small number of tenants disproportionately hard.
What John fails to understand is that Julius has a native's claim to the land, as the American Indians had originally (and continue to have), albeit one that is not recorded on a deed: "Toward my tract of land and the things that were on it--the creeks, the swamps, the hills, the stones, the trees--he maintained a peculiar personal attitude, that might be called predial rather than proprietary" (64-65).
Group Totta in Portugal comprises the activities Banco Santander Portugal, Banco Santander Negocios, Banco Totta & Acores and Credito Predial Portugues.
Headquartered in Lisbon, Portugal, GRUPO MUNDIAL CONFIANCA is a financial group comprised of an insurance company and four banks: Banco Pinto & Sotto Mayor -- BPSM, Banco Totta & Acores -- BTA, Credito Predial Portugues CPP and Chemical.
Customers simply fill out an application form at any store and are automatically connected to a preselected home phone service, without the need of a callback or predial number.
In May 2006, the Company, through its subsidiary Melco PBL (Macau Peninsula) Limited, entered into a promissory agreement to purchase the Macau Peninsula site by acquiring the shares of Sociedade de Fomento Predial Omar, Limitada.
Grupo Santander Central Hispano in Portugal comprises the activities of Banco Santander Portugal, Banco Santander Negocios, Banco Totta & Acores and Credito Predial Portugues.