- n. Plural form of estate.
“One of the more forward-looking estates is Goodwood, situated in the heart of the West Sussex countryside.”
“Wilson, 48, who works in estates management, was late, and had to change at East Croydon.”
“The fact that the book has the blessing of both the A A Milne and E H Shepard estates is encouraging.”
“Under the terms of the will, only the clerics of St. George's Chapel, Windsor, were entitled to estates from the royal patrimony.”
“Working as a NHP cop in any number of our inner-city estates is bloody hard work.”
“The shared electric powered car scheme never took off, the layout of the site is poor and reminds me of labyrinth council estates from the eighties etc.”
“Mary's reluctance to condone extreme action against her sister, her concern that Elizabeth be well treated, and her unwillingness to deprive the princess of her estates is not too surprising considering their blood ties and formerly good relationship.”
“The way to get rid of the estates is to sell them off and stop paying benefits at the same level.”
“Considering that the value in estates consist mostly of invested money, wouldnâ€ ™ t we get a better return over the long run if we left that money alone to work by being invested in companies instead of wasting it by letting the government spend it?”
“Unemployment on the estates is up to three times the 10 per cent national average.”
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