Enstate

Related to Enstate: Machinations, impetuosity, Opposal

En`state´


v. t.1.See Instate.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Once again, Middleton's version of this plot resolution is more conventionally comedic than Shakespeare's, since Shakespeare's Duke offers to gift Mariana with all of Angelo's possessions when he retributively condemns his deputy for having issued Claudio's execution order, sardonically promising, "We do enstate and widow you with all, / To buy you a better husband" (5.1.421-22)--this, when the Duke full well knows that Claudio lives.
* Enstate containing any hard-io-value assets or valuation discounts, 'the executor may not want to make the election in this case because, if the election is made, the slaiule of limitations on the decedents Form 706 slays open until after the death of the surviving spouse.
There was no difference in the relationship betwe enstate gender equality and recent-IPV by household living standard.
Astell, Aphra Behn, and Mary de la Riviere Manley - politically active and, indeed, Tory publicists - gave the lie to the very spatial distinctions Locke and the Whigs were concerned to enstate as women nibbling at the margins of politics had done for centuries.