Tuesday, 11 October 2016



1. something of value, either tangible, such as land, or intangible, such as patents, copyrights, etc.
2. law the right to possess, use, and dispose of anything
3. possessions collectively or the fact of owning possessions of value
4. a piece of land or real estate, especially used for agricultural purposes
5. (mainly Australian) . a ranch or station, especially a small one
6. a quality, attribute, or distinctive feature of anything, especially a characteristic attribute such as the density or strength of a material
7. (logic) (obsolete) .  another name for proprium
8. any movable object used on the set of a stage play or film. Usually shortened to: prop

Waiting for be picked
Edible property

With a future in wine industry

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