Some articles on owner, owners:
... Navy on 8 May 1917 from her owner, R ... On 7 January 1919 she was ordered returned to her former owner ... decommissioned 22 January, and was turned over to her previous owner 4 March ...
... Where property is passed from an owner to a person an implied express trust, but no gift is made by the owner to that person, it is therefore held for the owner by the person, and this is the Resulting ...
... footballer Geoff Hurst, footballer Harriet King, Victorian poet Don Lewin, owner of Clinton Cards Gary Lucy, actor, PC Will Fletcher in The Bill Bobby ... BBC newsreader, pupil at West Hatch High School Alan Sugar, entrepreneur, former owner of Amstrad, host of The Apprentice Adel Taarabt, footballer Didier Zokora ...
... Restaurant, November 1995-May 1999 (Owner and manager Joe Carlino) Daily Grind, April 1993-September 1994 (Manager Ryan Harrison) The Fireside Inn, August 1971-1973 (Former owners Steve ... Harbor Club, February 1994-June 1999, remodelled in September 1995 (Former manager and co-owner Ian Rain ... Former owner Spencer Harrison ...
... at $40,000 is given annually to the winning owner to keep permanently ... It is awarded to the winning owner of the Preakness Stakes on a permanent basis ...
More definitions of "owner":
- (noun): A person who owns something.
Example: "They are searching for the owner of the car"; "who is the owner of that friendly smile?"
Famous quotes containing the word owner:
“I am the owner of the sphere,
Of the seven stars and the solar year,
Of Caesars hand, and Platos brain,
Of Lord Christs heart, and Shakspeares strain.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“In England and America a beard usually means that its owner would rather be considered venerable than virile; on the continent of Europe it often means that its owner makes a special claim to virility.”
—Rebecca West (18921983)
“Then the owner of the house became angry and said to his slave, Go out at once into the streets and lanes of the town and bring in the poor, the crippled, the blind, and the lame.”
—Bible: New Testament, Luke 14:21.