common because of vicinage definition

  • noun:
    • just the right regarding the inhabitants of each and every of two townships, lying contiguous to one another, which may have often intercommoned collectively, to allow their particular beasts stray in to the various other's industries.
    • the best associated with the residents of each and every of two townships, lying contiguous to one another, which have typically intercommoned with one another, to allow their beasts stray into the various other's industries.
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