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  • 1 fee — [fē] n. [ME, estate, fief, payment < Anglo Fr (< OFr feu, fief < Gmc, as in OHG feho, fihu, akin to OE feoh) < IE base * pek > OE feoh, cattle, property] 1. a) Historical heritable land held from a feudal lord in return for… …

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  • 2 fee — feeless, adj. /fee/, n., v., feed, feeing. n. 1. a charge or payment for professional services: a doctor s fee. 2. a sum paid or charged for a privilege: an admission fee. 3. a charge allowed by law for the service of a public officer. 4. Law. a …

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  • 3 fee — /fi / (say fee) noun 1. a payment for services: a doctor s fee. 2. a sum paid for a privilege: an admission fee. 3. a charge allowed by law for the service of a public officer. 4. Law a. a freehold estate of inheritance in land, capable of… …

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  • 4 fee — I. n. 1. Pay (for professional service), compensation, remuneration. 2. Feud, fief, fee simple, absolute title or posession, unconditional tenure. II. v. a. Pay, reward, recompense, give a fee to …

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  • 5 fee simple — fee sim·ple n pl fees simple [simple without limitation (as to heirs) and unrestricted (as to transfer of ownership)]: a fee that is alienable (as by deed, will, or intestacy) and of potentially indefinite duration; esp: fee simple absolute in… …

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  • 6 Give My Regards to Davy — is Cornell University s primary fight song. The song s lyrics were written in 1905 by Charles E. Tourison 1905, W. L. Umstad 1906, and Bill Forbes 1906, a trio of roommates at Beta Theta Pi, and set to the tune of George M. Cohan s Give My… …

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  • 7 fee — (fē) n. 1. A fixed sum charged, as by an institution or by law, for a privilege: »a license fee; tuition fees. 2. A charge for professional services: »a surgeon s fee. 3. A tip; a gratuity. 4. Law See …

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  • 8 fee absolute — ˌfee ˈabsolute also ˌfee ˈsimple, ˌfee ˌsimple ˈabsolute noun [singular] PROPERTY LAW complete possession of property, with the right to give or sell it freely, or leave it to someone in a will (= a document that says who should get your property …

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  • 9 fee tail — noun a fee limited to a particular line of heirs; they are not free to sell it or give it away • Hypernyms: ↑fee * * * noun (plural fees tail) Etymology: Middle English fee taille, from Anglo French fé taillé, from Old French fé fee, fief +… …

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  • 10 fee — [[t]fi[/t]] n. v. feed, fee•ing 1) a sum charged or paid, as for professional services or for a privilege: a doctor s fee; an admission fee[/ex] 2) law Law. a) an estate of inheritance, either without limitation to a particular class of heirs… …

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  • 11 fee simple — noun a fee without limitation to any class of heirs; they can sell it or give it away • Hypernyms: ↑fee …

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  • 12 fee patent — noun : a patent for an estate in fee simple * * * fee patent, a first grant of title to public land, issued by the government to an individual with the right to sell or give it to anyone …

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  • 13 give, grant, sell, and convey — Words in a deed appropriate to indicate an intent to effect an immediate transfer of title. 23 Am J2d Deeds § 35. Words of transfer or conveyance usually considered appropriate to convey an estate in fee. 28 Am J2d Est § 17. Not in themselves… …

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  • 14 Advance-fee fraud — African sting An advance fee fraud is a confidence trick in which the target is persuaded to advance sums of money in the hope of realizing a significantly larger gain.[1] Among the variations on this type of scam are the Nigerian Letter (also… …

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  • 15 commitment fee — England, Wales commitment fee, Also known as commitment commission. A fee payable by the borrower to the lender under a loan agreement calculated by reference to the amount of the undrawn and uncancelled loan during the availability period. In a… …

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  • 16 James Fee — (7 December 1949 4 September 2006) was an American photographer known for his images of abandoned factories and lonesome highways.Fee photographed images that he thought represented United States cultural icons in decline, such as crumbling drive …

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  • 17 licence fee — license fee ➔ fee * * * licence fee UK US noun [C] UK (US license fee, also licensing fee) ► LAW, COMMERCE an amount of money that you pay a company or organization to give you permission to use, do, or have something: » …

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  • 18 Finder's Fee — A commission paid to an intermediary or the facilitator of a transaction. The finder s fee is rewarded because the intermediary discovered the deal and brought it forth to interested parties. Depending on the circumstance, the finder s fee can be …

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  • 19 Stud fee — A stud fee is a price paid by the owner of a female animal, such as a horse or a dog, to the owner of a male animal for the right to breed to it. Stud fees can range from a small amount for a local male animal of unknown breeding to several… …

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  • 20 To give ground — ground ground (ground), n. [OE. ground, grund, AS. grund; akin to D. grond, OS., G., Sw., & Dan. grund, Icel. grunnr bottom, Goth. grundus (in composition); perh. orig. meaning, dust, gravel, and if so perh. akin to E. grind.] 1. The surface of… …

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