Landlord

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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

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.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Alan was a former vice president of the Licensed Victuallers Association and will be remembered as a fun-loving landlord.
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Another penny going on a pint of beer DRAUGHT beer was to cost another penny a pint more in the latest increase announced by the Northumbrian Brewers Association and the North East Licensed Victuallers defence League of England and Wales.
The president of the Welsh Licensed Victuallers Association is gloomy, and with some justification.
The move has been welcomed by police and health experts but the Licensed Victuallers Association said officials should be targeting shops and off-licences offering cut-price alcohol instead.
Shaun Rennison, of the Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations, said: "I know other landlords are asking for help because of falling trade."
Eden Linty's triumph in the Licensed Victuallers Mares' Only Maiden Hurdle teed things up beautifully for him as far as the big meeting is concerned.
Kash Hayer is owner and licensee of The Diplomat pub in Coventry city centre, chairman of city centre pub watch and president of the Coventry and District Licensed Victuallers' Association.
2000: Transfer of housing from Licensed Victuallers National Homes.
Punch Taverns has made a pounds 3,500 donation to the Society of Licensed Victuallers (SLV).
I am a respected member of the Licensed Victuallers' Association and there has never been any trouble at my pub.
They show some of the outings during the early 1960s that her grandmother went on as a member of the Stockton Ladies' Licensed Victuallers Association.

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