Origin of rental
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Examples from the Web for rental
At one point, she entered into a contract with a couple named Tamra and Tom Bennett to purchase eight rental properties.The Mystery Woman Who Tried to Outdo Dillinger
September 29, 2014
In turn, the rental rates and home prices are rising fast–something of a new phenomenon.Dallas’s Bishop Arts District Brings European Flavor To The Texas Heartland
July 10, 2014
It led us to bank accounts, rental private mailboxes, and companies, all of which we followed up on.Feds Smoke Out Synthetic Weed Dealers’ Online Empire
June 16, 2014
I made my way back to Laura, and we picked up our rental car.The Upside of a Destination Wedding: Tales of a Serial Wedding Guest
April 30, 2014
Rohrabacher has never been accused of trashing an office, but allegedly trashed his rental house instead.Republican Slobs Stick Together
January 30, 2014
Let the terms of rental of these lines be about 3-1/4 per cent.The Railroad Question
Batteries made in this way are good for rental batteries, or "loaners."
Rental batteries may also be bought from the battery manufacturers.
The customer must have some inducement to bring in your rental battery and get his own.
A rental charge of 25 cents-per day serves as a reminder to most customers.
- the amount paid by a tenant as rent
- the amount paid by a user for the use of propertytelephone rental
- an income derived from rents received
- property available for renting
- a less common name for rent-roll
- of or relating to rent or renting
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Word Origin and History for rental
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