Special property

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(Law) a qualified or limited ownership possession, as in wild animals, things found or bailed.
- Burrill.

See also: Special

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The young lady thus claimed as the dowager's special property, reiterated her question with an explanation.
Just like they hope we aren't paying attention to the referendum, which reads in part "build and equip a new early childhood center without levying a separate, special property tax." With the new teachers' contract, the five-year budget projects a $21 million-dollar deficit.
"Church House is a special property indeed," says Will Clark of agent SELLMYHOME.co.uk "It's tucked away in an unassuming position but as soon as you set foot inside it has instant wow factor.
The word 'culture' attached to it denotes that it is a special property which is part of the totality of a people's way of life that is shared and transmitted from generation to generation.
He joins from Safehold Special Risk, where he was managing director for special property.
This very special property is situated in a slightly elevated hillside position surrounded by the Gors Maen Llwyd Moors and Nature Reserve and is within a short distance of the village of Nantglyn.
"This may be the very last development site on Van Cortland Park and is a special property on busy Broadway, ideal for retail medical offices," said Andrew Lichtenstein, the exclusive listing broker.
The government meeting also endorsed compositions of boards of the Customs Service under the government of Tajikistan, the Agency for Special Property Maintenance, and the Agency for Standardization, Metrology, Certification and Trade Inspection.
This is not only due to the economic crisis that has eaten into household incomes, but also to the special property tax paid via power bills reports Kathimerini.PPC data show that some 700,000 customers had had their debts rearranged with new payment plans by the end of last year, up from 400,000 at the end of 2011.
"Given this special property, there are virtually no limits to the potential applications for the plastic," says Jurgen Hattig, head of business development for TPU at Bayer MaterialScience.

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