Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of landholding.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This shows that what he wants is to set up huge landholdings, which is why he brought tycoons from around the world to

    IPS Inter Press Service

  • The reason Chiapas/Soconusco is a part of Mexico today instead of Guatemala is because the owners of the vast landholdings enslaving the indigenous who worked endlessly to protect their privileges under penalty of death, voted to join the Mexican Republic in order to protect those holdings in what they considered to be a more stable political structure.

    Hidden Restaurants - on the hunt

  • This institutional stability, combined with ruthless efficiency, helped the Stato da Mar to double its landholdings from 1380 to 1420.

    The Doges of War

  • Country estates in Queensland can rival many of the big landholdings in the U.S. and Canada.

    117,00 Acres, With Waterfall

  • The reason Chiapas/Soconusco is a part of Mexico today instead of Guatemala is because the owners of the vast landholdings enslaving the indigenous who worked endlessly to protect their privileges under penalty of death, voted to join the Mexican Republic in order to protect those holdings in what they considered to be a more stable political structure.

    Hidden Restaurants - on the hunt

  • Attacks and harassment against the few-hundred white farmers remaining on small parts of their original landholdings continues on an almost daily basis, according to the Union.

    Farmers Sue Zimbabwe Government for Racism

  • There are very few large landholdings in Timor, with the exception of the colonial-era coffee plantations in the central mountain districts.

    Global Voices in English » East Timor: The land was freed, but who owns it?

  • The builder spent $105 million to buy approximately 1,200 home sites and to develop other landholdings in the third quarter.

    Hovnanian Narrows Loss

  • The reason Chiapas/Soconusco is a part of Mexico today instead of Guatemala is because the owners of the vast landholdings enslaving the indigenous who worked endlessly to protect their privileges under penalty of death, voted to join the Mexican Republic in order to protect those holdings in what they considered to be a more stable political structure.

    Hidden Restaurants - on the hunt

  • The reason Chiapas/Soconusco is a part of Mexico today instead of Guatemala is because the owners of the vast landholdings enslaving the indigenous who worked endlessly to protect their privileges under penalty of death, voted to join the Mexican Republic in order to protect those holdings in what they considered to be a more stable political structure.

    Hidden Restaurants - on the hunt

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