Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of entitle.

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Examples

  • To foreclose on real property, the plaintiff must be able to establish the chain of title entitling it to relief.

    Ellen Brown: Homeowners' Rebellion: Could 62 Million Homes Be Foreclosure-Proof?

  • To foreclose on real property, the plaintiff must be able to establish the chain of title entitling it to relief.

    Ellen Brown: Homeowners' Rebellion: Could 62 Million Homes Be Foreclosure-Proof?

  • Zwingli wrote in Latin, entitling his tract, 'A Friendly Exposition of the matter concerning the Sacrament, 'and sent it with a letter to Luther.

    Life of Luther

  • To foreclose on real property, the plaintiff must be able to establish the chain of title entitling it to relief.

    OpEdNews

  • To foreclose on real property, the plaintiff must be able to establish the chain of title entitling it to relief.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • To foreclose on real property, the plaintiff must be able to establish the chain of title entitling it to relief.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • To foreclose on real property, the plaintiff must be able to establish the chain of title entitling it to relief.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • To foreclose on real property, the plaintiff must be able to establish the chain of title entitling it to relief.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • While the CFL's acting commissioner hasn't exactly said they're going to run with the ball on this idea, the idea of entitling the Grey Cup is a dishonour to the 98-year-old history of the game.

    The Toque

  • While the CFL's acting commissioner hasn't exactly said they're going to run with the ball on this idea, the idea of entitling the Grey Cup is a dishonour to the 98-year-old history of the game.

    The Toque

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