Around the same time, Cage was putting scores of properties on the market—just as the market was crashing.
But they have no need, or desire, to live in the properties they have bought at such great expense.
But one day it will be more read than written, when those aspects of its properties are required.
All the while the auction continues for California properties, parks and monuments that were once reserved for the public trust.
Russians have bought nearly five percent of the premium London properties in 2013.
This and several other properties of conducting gas may readily be proved by the aid of the apparatus represented in fig. 5.
It would be useless to attempt to exaggerate the possibilities of these properties.
A number of species closely related in composition, crystal form, and properties are here included.
It is a climbing-plant, the root of which has some of the properties of opium.
Compare the properties of the hydroxides of the different groups of metals so far studied.
c.1300, properte, "nature, quality," later "possession, thing owned" (early 14c., a sense rare before 17c.), from an Anglo-French modification of Old French propriete "individuality, peculiarity; property" (12c., Modern French propreté; cf. propriety), from Latin proprietatem (nominative proprietas) "ownership, a property, propriety, quality," literally "special character" (a loan-translation of Greek idioma), noun of quality from proprius "one's own, special" (see proper). For "possessions, private property" Middle English sometimes used proper goods. Hot property "sensation, a success" is from 1947 in "Billboard" stories.