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  • n. Plural form of leasee.


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  • Yep, Montana has sure turned into the land of transplant game-hog landowners/leasees.

    Big game in Montana

  • They also announced a $1,000 bonus for Toyota leasees who purchase a new Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge or Ram truck.

    Chrysler, Hyundai join GM, Ford in offering incentives to Toyota owners

  • In other word's [sic], landlords must specifically state in a lease if they will require leasees (or their assigns) to have terrorism insurance.

    Who Knew? Landlords Can't Force Terrorism Insurance On Renters

  • The sign is raised over Arab stores, all of which have been destroyed and are now locked and unused; although the proprietors must pay taxes and the leasees must pay rents.

    The Wasting of the West Bank

  • Govender said the farms were leased under false names and their owners thought, when they leased them, they were entering into a legitimate commercial transaction with the leasees but were not aware that they were leasing their properties to security police.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Updates were to the '97 and' 99 models via recalls thereafter. 2003 was the last year of the lease agreements, not the last year the vehicle was available for new leasees.

    Autoblog Green

  • Forest Service employees grumble about this quantum shift, in which people like the Mulcahys are lost as leasees.

    Yakima Herald-Republic Weekly News

  • Other transactions by the Collier Arnold team included leasees


  • "For all of our council's three camps we have regular dialogue regarding requirements for long-term accommodation and remind the leasees of what some of the rules are." - Stuff

  • While the company still deploys most of its resources to provide Chevrolet power plants for Childress, Earnhardt Ganassi and various leasees, sales to grassroots racers and hopefuls in the Camping World East developmental series has become a third of its business, Gilmore said.


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