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noun as in possessions, real estate
SEOs have been complaining for years that Google is taking up ever more SERP real estate with their own properties and money-makers.
Several San Diego City Council members have expressed interest in a new tax that would pay for more low-income housing by charging property owners who leave their homes vacant.
To make things worse, she had an accident while on my property and sued the company that owns the development.
If some City Council members get their wish, San Diego will soon study whether it can pay for low-income housing by charging property owners who leave their homes vacant.
The team’s insight is that they could leverage these quantum properties to build a system similar to neurons and synapses in the brain.
Last week, property owners were beaten by security guards as they confronted a real-estate developer who defrauded them.
When the police showed up, it was the property owners who were arrested.
We employ inventory management to help solidify their property and make sure they have a better record of their possessions.
The twin entrepreneurs and stars of HGTV's Property Brothers will be taking your questions live on Tuesday, December 16 at 2pm.
Shadman transferred millions to banks outside Afghanistan in 2013 to buy property to open a business in Dubai, according to Banes.
The old earl's property, the source of his wealth, as from his title the reader will have shrewdly guessed, was in collieries.
But one thing remained for Felipe now, If Ramona lived, he would find her, and restore to her this her rightful property.
He used to walk through the park, and note with pleasure the care that his father bestowed on the gigantic property.
The “Compañia General de Tabacos” lost about ₱30,000 in cash in addition to the damage done to their offices and property.
For example, there is a vast discussion afoot upon the questions that centre upon Property, its rights and its limitations.
On this page you'll find 115 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to property, such as: equity, estate, farm, goods, home, and house.
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