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- n. A building or outhouse on a farm, estate, manor, palace, etc. used for household work, storage, housing servants, etc; the office of the steward or bailiff on a manor or estate; a house of office.
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Lord Leitrim made the man who built it, who had got permission to build from the good Earl, tear down the chimney and make an office-house of it, on pain of eviction.
Saturday at the NAMI office-house at the intersection of North West 13th Street and Indiana Avenue in Richmond.
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