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  • noun Plural form of abstracter.

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  • Nearly everyone I met had leased their land, from the young man who owned the Victorian Charm Inn where I stayed to the woman who worked in the county clerk's office (open late now on Tuesdays and Thursdays to accommodate "abstracters," company reps who comb through deeds going back to the early th century to find out if there might be any obstacles to acquiring mineral rights from local landowners).

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  • “The federal courts have been nearly unanimous in ruling against the notion that the courts should legislate gun policy,” the abstracters stated.

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  • “The federal courts have been nearly unanimous in ruling against the notion that the courts should legislate gun policy,” the abstracters stated.

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  • “The federal courts have been nearly unanimous in ruling against the notion that the courts should legislate gun policy,” the abstracters stated.

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  • It also provides for the roster of abstracters to bill published on a biannual basis instead of an annual.

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  • The American Land Title Association, founded in 1907, is a national trade association representing more than 3,000 title insurance companies, title agents, independent abstracters, title searchers, and attorneys.

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  • American Land Title Association, founded in 1907, is a national trade association representing title insurance companies, title agents, independent abstracters, title searchers, and attorneys.

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  • "The library is something we've done for the public and the abstracters, and we're not going to be able to do it anymore," she said.

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  • Washington, D. C.-based American Land Title Association represents more than 3,000 title insurance companies, agents, and abstracters nationwide on a variety of industry and legislative issues.

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  • Washington, D. C.-based American Land Title Association represents more than 3,000 title insurance companies, agents, and abstracters nationwide on a variety of industry and legislative issues.

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