entaelioentaeliem, entaelia, entaelia’, entaeliaf, entaeliai, entaeliais, entaeliaist, entaelian, entaeliant, entaeliasai, entaeliasant, entaeliodd, entaeliasem, entaeliasent, entaeliasid, entaeliasit, entaeliasoch, entaeliasom, entaeliaswn, entaelid, entaeliech, entaelied, entaeliom, entaelien, entaelient, entaelier, entaelies, entaeliest, entaeliet, entaeliff, entaelio, entaelioch, entaeli, entaeliasech, entaelion, entaeliont, entaelir, entaelith, entaeliwch, entaeliwn, entaeliwyd, entaeliwyf, entaeliych, hentaeliem, hentaelia, hentaelia’, hentaeliaf, hentaeliai, hentaeliais, hentaeliaist, hentaelian, hentaeliant, hentaeliasai, hentaeliasant, hentaeliodd, hentaeliasem, hentaeliasent, hentaeliasid, hentaeliasit, hentaeliasoch, hentaeliasom, hentaeliaswn, hentaelid, hentaeliech, hentaelied, hentaeliom, hentaelien, hentaelient, hentaelier, hentaelies, hentaeliest, hentaeliet, hentaeliff, hentaelio, hentaelioch, hentaeli, hentaeliasech, hentaelion, hentaeliont, hentaelir, hentaelith, hentaeliwch, hentaeliwn, hentaeliwyd, hentaeliwyf, hentaeliychentael, hentael
- golygugolygusy'n golyguentailmentgolygu
Noun(1) land received by fee tail(2) the act of entailing property; the creation of a fee tail from a fee simple
Verb(1) have as a logical consequence(2) impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result(3) limit the inheritance of property to a specific class of heirs
(1) I have said that this proposal would not necessarily entail any considerations of taxation levels.(2) Yet a rejection of the present does not necessarily entail a desired return to a more stable - that is, colonial - moment in Ireland's past.(3) It does not even necessarily entail a set of shared beliefs.(4) The greater aristocracy built up their estates, often in several counties, and protected them from the follies of spendthrift heirs by the entail or strict settlement.(5) Such practices do not necessarily entail intentional discrimination, but they provide a basis for legal action when the outcome is the exclusion of certain groups.(6) Safeties need to know the entire defensive scheme, even though their jobs don't necessarily entail a lot of adjustments.(7) Thus, my contention is that the existence of uneven power relations does not necessarily entail the subordination and passivity of the ├ö├ç├┐other├ö├ç├û.(8) Because these are one and all reflective judgments, they entail neither a theoretical nor a practical conclusion as to what might be behind these purposes.(9) the spinning mills were not part of the entail(10) Economic efficiency did not necessarily entail the development of large, capital-intensive factories, for towns themselves were highly effective economic units.(11) landed property was governed by primogeniture and entail(12) One form of old settlement was regarded by the Law Commission as inappropriate in modern law and cannot now be created in any form: that settlement is the entail .(13) The new system of logistic support for the Navy will inevitably entail considerable changes in the organizational and staff structure of bases and depots.(14) Indeed, strictly speaking, no such information will ever logically entail that there is an external world, in anything like the way we normally imagine.(15) But a weak sense of the ├ö├ç├┐public├ö├ç├û does not necessarily entail a strong sense of the ├ö├ç├┐private├ö├ç├û.(16) The evolution of swordfighting martial arts hero into gun-toting gangster must necessarily entail a new concept in production design.
(1) entail strenuous effort :: golygu ymdrech egnïol
1. involve ::
2. implicate ::
3. imply ::
1. exclude ::
2. omit ::
Different Formsentail, entailed, entailing, entailment, entails
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