from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Land, including all the natural resources and permanent buildings on it.
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- n. Property that cannot easily be moved, usually buildings and the ground they are built on.
- n. Available space.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. lands, tenements, and hereditaments; freehold interests in landed property; property in houses and land.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. property consisting of houses and land
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Mumbai: Bangalore-based real estate firm, the Prestige Group, plans to invest between Rs 1,500 crore and 1,800 crore to develop six malls, scheduled to be operational by 2013.
The FINCO Group is an amalgamation of about 15 Sri Lankan corporations engaged in merchant banking, trading and distribution, manufacturing and processing industries, tourism and transport, consultancy and management services, shipping agency work, plantation and livestock farms, and real estate and construction.
† Vivian White of Lebanon had worked in the local real estate business for twenty-eight years as well as being a part-time secretary for the mayor of Lebanon.
Australia's largest real estate group Ray White, reported a sluggish March quarter with turnover up only 8 per cent compared with last year.
I cannot go any further into the story of that summer without introducing our friend and real estate agent, Harold Lubberdink, who probably deserves an entire book to himself.
Before Mr. Portlyn bought up all the real estate on Vemlar, he secretly used a bioengineered viral agent to ruin the soil, in order to give the inhabitants no choice but to sell their land to him.
It's at the back end of nowhere, the wettest, coldest, unpleasantest piece of real estate you're going to find in this end of the Territories.
By the late thirteenth century, documents of the English nation—including the royal real estate records Calendarium Genealogicum—listed the archaic “Armestrange” and “Armstrang.”
Our next mailings linked Villapiano and Jacobson to rotten real estate deals in Camden County that had nothing whatsoever to do with either of them.
Just before the real estate market imploded, Land Tejas installed a water plant on the east side of the freeway and a 16-inch water main running west from that plant to its site.