See also:law, the
See also:term is applied to a portion of
See also:land, enddsed or not, held as private
See also:property, and to any exclusive
See also:interest in land sufficient to maintain an
See also:action for trespass quare clausum fregit . ' The word is also used, particularly in Scotland, of the entry or passage, including the
See also:staircase, of a
See also:block of tenement houses, and in architecture for the precincts of a
See also:cathedral or abbey . The adjective " close " (i.e. closed) is found in several phrases, such as " close
See also:time " or " close
See also:season " (see
See also:LAws); close
See also:borough, one of which the rights and privileges were enjoyed by a limited class (see BOROUGH); close rolls and'writs, royal letters, &c., addressed to particular persons, under seal, and not open to public inspection (see RECORD;
See also:Chancery; LETTERS PATENT) .
MAXWELL HENRY CLOSE (1822-1903)
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