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Landlord

 

Russian, lendlord), in medieval England a largescale feudal landowner, a lord. With the growth of the capitalist agrarian system, the landlord has become a large-scale capitalist landowner in Great Britain, the recipient of capitalist ground rent.

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30am, Ravi came to Renu's house in Bindapur and shot her dead and fired at her land lady Sheila, who had tried to intervene.
A PRIVATE land lady has claimed she is owed more than pounds 4,000 after her tenant failed to pay rent and left her house trashed.
Fossack and Furtle were presenting rare medical instruments (things which make my toes turn up) and Cloud Cuckoo Land lady showed me a death mask in plaster she found recently in Belgium.