She was accustomed to being looked at admiringly, but about this particular look there was a subtle quality that distinguished it from the ordinary--something proprietorial
Cornwallis, through a sweeping settlement regime, granted proprietorial
or effective ownership rights over land to the people who held it, doing away with practice of all land ownership being vested in the Sovereign and, even if a chunk of it was awarded as jagir to a grandee, its reversal to the crown by law of escheat once the noble died.
This in turn raises the question of who really has a proprietorial
interest in any business - with Jin's the customers are simply asserting their public interest.
Cox, who plays the lead role in new movie Churchill, wrote: "Every self-respecting Scot comes over all proprietorial
when introducing the glories of their country to a friend or loved one for the first time.
Therefore, the headteacher, as trustee of what is claimed to be the proprietorial
body of the school, has not been subject to the additional checks made on proprietors by the Department for Education.
All in all, probably best for everyone if this remains a single cat household If the feline in your life is good - or proprietorial
- enough to be Cat Of The Week, send a photo and details to polly.
She's very proprietorial
and doesn't even let Neil have her [the baby] on his own until she's 10 months old.
Third, it provided additional moral pressure forcing Gladstone's government to introduce its land bill of 1881, thereby giving legislative and legal standing to "dual ownership," a term that expressed the tenants' proprietorial
interest in their holdings.
It enjoyed initial success rising to a circulation passing 400,000 by 1988, and claimed it was free from proprietorial
In Sony II you had proprietorial
FOR the moment, however, in the confines of his own hut, Carwyn had more pressing needs and, as the boots attained their supreme gloss on the bed opposite, he took a fatherly interest in them, expressing a proprietorial