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Originally appearing in Volume V28, Page 361 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BIBLIOGRA PxY.-In addition to various systematic memoirs such as allowing buildings to fall out of repair. A " fermor "—a term enumerated at the end of the article on Hymenoptera, reference which here includes " all who held by lease for life or lives, or for years may be made to De Saussure (Monographie des gu pes sociales, by deed or without deed " by the statute of Marlborough (1267)—Geneve, 1853 1858), P. Marcher (Arch. Zool. Exp. Gen. (3), iv., may not commit waste without licence in writing from the reversioner. 1896), C. Janet (16tenz. Soc.7ool. France, viii., 1895) and O. H. Latter In case a tenant for life or for any smaller interest holds (as is often (Natural History of Common Animals, ch. v., Cambridge, 1904). the case by the terms of a will or settlement) " without impeachment (A. E. S.; G. H. C.) of waste " (sauns impeachment de wast, i.e. without liability to have
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