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In the fifth century the Salic law repealed the right of inheritance of women to patrimonial estates.
Our patrimonial estate was greatly impaired by his prodigality, and was altogether lost by his successor, my unfortunate father.
Since then it has remained in the same family, its pride, its patrimonial jewel, its Regent diamond.
LA GRENADIEREHONORE DE BALZAC
Light rest the turf upon him beneath his own patrimonial oaks!
I was born to no proud patrimonial estate; from my father I inherited only infancy, ignorance, and indigence.
One thousand pounds apiece was all that remained to them out of the wreck of the patrimonial estates.
Again: we profess to have lopped from our democratic tree the old-world customs of hereditary title and patrimonial honor.
At the time Shamus was added to the population of Ireland, the patrimonial estate had dwindled down to a peat bog.
BUFFALO LANDW. E. WEBB
The King of England was deeply agitated when he received the tidings of this sudden loss of his patrimonial dominions.
His patrimonial inheritance, aided by industry enabled him to acquire a handsome fortune, one of the largest in the province.

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