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  • In this sense the history of property may be dated from the time when man, thousands of years ago, began to abandon his exclusive reliance on hunting and the gathering of wild fruit for the raising and use of do - mestic animals.

    PROPERTY

  • Despotism is a concept that has been used to de - scribe and compare polities, as a weapon in both do - mestic and international politics, and as an expression, usually although not invariably, in negative form, of an author's political preferences.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Sincerely welcome do-mestic and overseas friends to do business with usand make a bright future.

    Offer stevioside

  • But if he simply would get married, why couldn't he have taken a nice, sensible do mestic girl that would have kept him fed and mended?

    Miss Billy -- Married

  • There was not at that time a single habitation, cultivated field, or herd of do mestic animals, between Corpus Christi and Matamoras.

    Chapter IV

  • I saw no such general exhibition of do mestic animals as you have at your fairs.

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • And Australian holiday makers, wary of expensive over- seas trips, were happy to grab cheap do- mestic deals as they became more accustomed to online travel bookings.

  • Although Wotif has 60% brand awareness among Australians, it is seen pri- marily as a domestic hotel site, despite listing thou- sands of overseas hotels and launching a flight website, Wotflight, last year, covering eight do mestic airlines it begins listing international carriers this month.

  • Assistant District Attorney Nancy Violi said she believed Rehkamp completed an anger management program but not a do mestic violence intervention program.

    Times Leader News

  • Thousands of women and men are being trafficked all over the world for do mestic servitude and sexual exploitation is a multi-billion dollar industry.

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