Charter land

(O. Eng. Law) land held by charter, or in socage; bookland.

See also: Charter

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Last year also saw Sergeant Major Buck Ryan of 40 Commando pick up Most Outstanding Sailor or Marine; Squadron Leader Sarah Charter land the title of Best Reservist, and Heroes of Sangin Bomber Command won the Judges' Award for Special Recognition.
At Queenstown the Royal Charter landed about 10 of her passengers, and so far as has yet been ascertained 459 lives have been lost, only 39 persons 23 sailors and 16 passengers - being saved - Illustrated Usk Observer and Raglan Herald
JAMES REVELEY cemented his new tie-up with Nick Williams by partnering his first winner in Britain for the north Devon trainer when Royale's Charter landed the 2m1f novice hurdle, albeit in extremely fortunate circumstances.
"You have to enjoy the moment," an uncharacteristically upbeat Julien said none-to-convincingly yesterday, not long after the team charter landed in Bedford.
The grey son of Royal Charter landed three novice hurdles last season, but like so many of Miss Knight and Trevor Hemmings' horses, he was bought to be a chaser.
Stoute and jockey Kieren Fallon had started the day in better shape when First Charter landed the odds in the March Stakes, but the trainer said: "I have no particular plans for him at this moment in time."
Generous Terms has plenty to live up to since his dad, Generous, won the Derby and mum Time Charter landed the Oaks and the King George.
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