The landowner enlarged her property by repeated purchases.
As a landowner, he was actively interested in agricultural improvements.
The project was set up on the initiative of a local landowner.
People in the area where I grew up were either landowners or farmers, and never the twain shall meet.
Riparian landowners in all states (including those with appropriative water laws)generally have rights to use their adjoining surface waters for such nonconsumptive uses as fishing and recreation.
And for paying their rent to the noble landowners.
John's wife, Mary, was the daughter of reasonably wealthy landowners.
Of course, the landowners were appalled.
11 When they received it, they began to grumble against the landowner.
They will then be given to the indigenous landowners, the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation.
In the 1980s landowners and ranchers, faced with attacks by left-wing guerrillas, organised vigilante groups.
Phillis Wheatley was a young African-American slave who belonged to landowner John Wheatley in Colonial America.
Phillis Wheatley一个年轻的美国黑奴，为美国殖民时代的地主John Wheatley所有。
So, over time, landowners with beasts of burden got richer at the expense of landless peasants.
In short, whether or not they wholly alienate landowners and those who live in the countryside.
Treasury Secretary Crawford was a southerner -- born in Virginia -- and a large landowner in Georgia.
They were bitter over government policies that always seemed to help bankers, big landowners, and wealthy businessmen.
The peasants in the provinces were unable to pay their taxes and rose up against their landowners.
The essays describe a wealthy British landowner who invites his farm workers into his home to celebrate Christmas.
And he gained a place in society by marrying the daughter of a wealthy landowner in New York state.
The landowners found it more profitable to mortgage or sell their lands outright than farm them with free labor.
The landowner laughs twice: once when you tell it and again when you explain it (he never understands).
In the ruling, the judge says the project is in the public interest and the landowners will be adequately compensated.
Anyway, one day, for fun, she sends a valentine card to her neighbour – a wealthy landowner called Mr Boldwood.
Reconstruction changed the economy of the South, too. White landowners broke up their big farms into smaller pieces of land.
It comes from the old tradition of leasing land to a tenant farmer and letting the landowner collect the payments.
它源于租赁土地给佃农（a tenant farmer）、地主收取租金的一个古老习俗。