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  • n. Plural form of usufruct.

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Examples

  • You implied that, since the usufructs of our Gramscian long march are somewhat equivocal of result, that the premise of indoctrination by these subverted institutions is thence negated.

    "It’s as if it doesn't matter if you’re Hitler or anyone."

  • He sure knows alot about the value at auction of various collectable usufructs incident to the Running of an All-american political conspiracy.

    "We're wrapping up a presidency led me a man his own team has described as 'not a big reader.'"

  • The object of a Supper Club is to furnish relaxation to the tired business man, profits to the management, usufructs to the police and incomes to the lady patrons.

    Europe After 8:15

  • Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche did it often, and the usufructs were many curious and daring guesses, some of them probably close to accuracy, as to the genesis of this, that or the other common delusion of man -

    Prejudices : first series,

  • Flaubert, in those days, was his idol, as we know, but the speech of his daily business won, and English literature reaped the greatest of all its usufructs from English sea power.

    A Book of Prefaces

  • It made lots of people lots of money and all its usufructs have become embedded in our national identity to the dangerous degree that the loss of them will provoke a kind of national psychotic breakdown.

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  • None of the great boons and usufructs that were to follow the passage of the Eighteenth Amendment has come to pass.

    The Liberty Papers

  • The right way for Jepsen and others to express their displeasue with Lieberman is to put pressure on Reid to deprive Lieberman of usufructs that flow from Reid.

    Connecticut Commentary: Red Notes from a Blue State

  • The lands were endowed in the nature of Amrutamonohi with the avowed purpose that the usufructs from the property should be used as a food offering (

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

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