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  • n. Plural form of householder.


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  • And again, land ownership is merely the figure to show how many users there are, including longer-term householders and also developers of various kinds, from amateur to professional, from land to scripting, who are who are willing to pay for a subscription.

    Shirky and Second Life

  • And part of that had to do with the women who started out as servant girls, who sent money home and brought male relatives over and went on to be the mothers of the famous lace-curtain householders.

    The Mother's Dilemma

  • The greatest increases have generally been in Hispanic householders of all types, male headed family households, and all non-family households.

    The Population of the United States

  • Of the roughly 17.4 million women over 65 years of age, there were 52.7 percent identified as householders and 36.6 percent who identified themselves as the spouse of the householder.

    The Population of the United States

  • Superior to that of householders, that is the life of forest recluses, -- of those, that is, who waste their bodies (by diverse kinds of austerities) into skeletons overlaid with dried skins.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • Another day of unusual interest and industry for the householders was the Thanksgiving Day when peace with the Indians and assured prosperity seemed to follow the ample harvests.

    The Women Who Came in the Mayflower

  • "Boiler room" frauds involve bogus stockbroking firms, usually based overseas, cold-calling householders and pressuring them into buying worthless shares. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • What is critical for the householders are the retail prices that often represent a hefty mark up over the wholesale prices, depending on the special circumstances or the region under view.

    A Vasudevan: Baby steps in monetary policy

  • On Friday, a tribunal ruled that Canada's human rights law doesn't cover statements made by members of Parliament in pamphlets called householders that are mailed to constituents.


  • Dear Ms. Ridell, It's not 'householders' who get done over with great regularity, it's people living in rented accommodation in poorer areas who are on the receiving end. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph


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