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WHAT DOES ABEYANCE MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Abeyance is a state of expectancy in respect of property, titles or office, when the right to them is not vested in any one person, but awaits the appearance or determination of the true owner. In law, the term abeyance can only be applied to such future estates as have not yet vested or possibly may not vest. For example, an estate is granted to A for life, with remainder to the heir of B. During B's lifetime, the remainder is in abeyance, for until the death of B it is uncertain who is B's heir. Similarly the freehold of a benefice, on the death of the incumbent, is said to be in abeyance until the next incumbent takes possession.
The definition of abeyance in the dictionary is usually preceded by in or into a state of being suspended or put aside temporarily. Other definition of abeyance is an indeterminate state of ownership, as when the person entitled to an estate has not been ascertained.
The translations of abeyance from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «abeyance» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «ABEYANCE» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «abeyance» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «abeyance» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about abeyance
QUOTES WITH «ABEYANCE»
Famous quotes and sentences with the word abeyance.
In writing the history of a disease, every philosophical hypothesis whatsoever, that has previously occupied the mind of the author, should lie in abeyance.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ABEYANCE»
Discover the use of abeyance in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to abeyance and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Death in abeyance: illness and therapy among the Tabwa of ...
Rich in case material, the text offers an understanding of an African approach to body parts, illnesses, symptoms and personal features through to actual methods of diagnosis, prognosis, and cure.
Christopher O. Davis, 2000
Women's Movements: Flourishing Or in Abeyance?
This comparative book brings together scholars to examine the changing patterns of feminist activism and the new local, global and cyber spaces in which it is to be found. It addresses the question 'where have women's movements gone?'
Sandra Grey, Marian Sawer, 2008
Benedryl for the heart Sweet words of the Tao Blackberry to make all succinct Eloquent the text, twitter quiet rest Poetry spells relief in the now How many of us can wake up gracefully with a breath of new joyous time?
S. Scott, 2010
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Manifestation Pazuzu – Emergence Pazuzu – Abeyance Gaunt Rainbow This is
the End... Not Ever Again. Pazuzu – Abeyance Pazuzu Trilogy – Abeyance 3.
The Canadianization Movement: Emergence, Survival, and Success
Movement. Abeyance. and. Success,. 1977-1985. After 1976 the protest activity
around the issue of Canadianization declined dramatically for close to five years.
No longer was it considered a topic to be debated and discussed in the media, ...
Jeffrey Cormier, 2004
The Increase of Immorality, and the Abeyance of Church ...
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
James Bradby Sweet, 2012
A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerages of ...
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Conveyed by an heiress to I the Nevills J Conveyed by l I the Talbots AbeyanceAbeyance. Extinct Extinct Abeyance Extinct Extinct Extinct Abeyance Extinct
John Burke, 1831
Party Movements in the United States and Canada: Strategies ...
Abeyance. ABEYANCE DEFINED The account of strategic responses up to this
point must surely make clear how difficult is the struggle that party movements
wage for their survival. It would hardly be surprising if many party movements fall
Mildred A. Schwartz, 2006
The Value(s) of Literature
... to the other side of life, the one that all too many Romantic poets exclude
altogether. In the first section of "Song of Myself," for example, Whitman tells us
that he has put "Creeds and schools in abeyance, / Retiring back a while sufficed
James S. Hans, 1990
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ABEYANCE»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term abeyance is used in the context of the following news items.
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24, 93 days in jail held in abeyance with credit for two days, $975 fines and costs, nine months probation, 50 hours community service in lieu of ... «Midland Daily News, Jul 15»
Suffer the children
These include a range of Bills that were due to be ratified by parliament but are now in abeyance, not having been passed by the provincial ... «The Express Tribune, Jul 15»
Mining: GSPCB's 'consent to operate' may now hinge on forest dept
The ministry of environment, forests and climate change had revoked the environment clearance of 72 mines which was kept in abeyance ... «Times of India, Jul 15»
History reveals surprising facts about presidents
She selected matters for her husband's attention and let everything else go to the heads of departments or remain in abeyance. «The Daily Times, Jul 15»
MP seeks debate in legislature on Kalasa Banduri project
The project has been kept under abeyance by the Centre following opposition by the Goa government. Mr. Angadi said here on Friday that ... «The Hindu, Jul 15»
Pakistan Heatwave: Ramadan, Climate Change, and Power …
This was in addition to the abeyance of a breeze that usually flows from the Arabian sea, which has been largely blamed on global warming ... «Gazette Review, Jul 15»
State budget tags $1.3 billion for education
Madsen wrote, “Sanctions and other remedial measures are held in abeyance,” to allow the Legislature to comply by the end of the 2015 ... «Maple Valley Reporter, Jul 15»
The winter of our discontent: the global canvas, the suburban blight
... in the sense of Anne Sexton, at the absurd, while not the best medicine, does keep in abeyance, like the deal proposed by the IMF-ECB-EU ... «eNCA, Jul 15»
Grand jury indicts Georgetown man on child pornography charges
Smith was charged in state court, but the charges were held in abeyance pending federal prosecution, Kidd said. Smith consented to the FBI ... «Lexington Herald Leader, Jul 15»
'We have reached'
“If there is anyone who brother Umar may have offended...forgive him, because without your forgiveness he would be left in abeyance,” Imam ... «Trinidad News, Jul 15»
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