larceny in which the value of the goods taken is above a certain legally specified amount.
(formerly in England) the theft of property valued at over 12 pence. Abolished in 1827
(in some states of the US) the theft of property of which the value is above a specified figure, varying from state to state but usually being between $25 and $60
noun 1. the first tier of boxes after the parquet circle in a large theater or opera house.
noun 1. an extended tour of Europe, formerly regarded as a necessary part of the education of young British gentlemen. 2. an extended tour of any region or country. 3. a comprehensive guided tour or inspection, as of a building, exhibit, or military installation. noun 1. (formerly) an extended tour through the major cities of […]
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[trav-ers] /ˈtræv ərs/ noun 1. an inlet of Lake Michigan on the NW of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan.