- It is now one of just several residential estates in a suburban village.
- He would like to see the council building smaller estates.
- A successful crime-busting programme which has turned a notorious estate into a sought-after residential area is in line for a top national award.
- The grandparents then withdraw to another house on the family estate and cultivate their own land as long as they can.
- These include extensive country estates at Emmersdorf and Mollenburg and a house in a top location in Vienna's city centre.
- His family owns an estate in the country as well as a house in town and as eldest son he stands to inherit quite a tidy sum.
- He is alleged to have taken money from the estates of ten deceased people, including a husband and wife over a ten-year period.
- The cause of action is deemed to have subsisted before the death, allowing the claimant to sue the estate.
- If he had done so, on his death his estate would have been entitled to a cash sum to be applied for the purchase of an annuity for his dependants.
- Coffee and tea are the main exports; both men and women work on coffee and tea estates.
- This facilitated the expansion of its large coffee estates at the expense of small peasants.
- Some of the best coffee estates in South India, first established by the British, are to be found in Kodagu.
- If they really did that, we would simply have to say: ‘We, the judges, are an independent estate of the realm and it's not open to the legislature to put us out of business.’
- They rejected parliamentary government, with its king or queen and three estates of the realm (lords spiritual, lords temporal, and the commons).
- In an important sense, inland towns were parasitic on the countryside, for the bulk of the seigneurial dues, rents, tithes, and fees collected by the first two estates of the realm were spent in urban centres.
- They began with one very old intellectual tool, a conception of the different estates in society.
- Meanwhile, the novel also deals with the insecurities of self - in the middle and upper estates as well as the lowest - in a changing society.
- By law, society was divided into three groups called estates.
- But the fact is, these plans do equate gay liaisons with the honourable estate of matrimony.
- However they might differ on other issues, all the reformers vigorously defended the honourable estate of matrimony.
- How I dread preaching on the estate of marriage!
- It's neither a saloon, hatchback, MPV nor an estate - it is a premium vehicle that defies a label, but is a mixture of all the above.
- The new premium model is deliberately neither saloon, hatchback, MPV nor estate.
- Sports cars, saloon cars and estates were crowded together, all gleaming and shiny as if they had just come from the factory.
Middle English (in the sense 'state or condition'): from Old French estat, from Latin status 'state, condition', from stare 'to stand'.
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