Definition of Cadastres

1. cadastre [n] - See also: cadastre



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cadastres

cacumen
cacumina
cacuminal
cacuminals
cacuminate
cacuminous
cadambine
cadamine
cadance
cadances
cadaster
cadasters
cadastral
cadastrally
cadastre
cadastres (current term)
cadaver
cadaver dog
cadaveric
cadaveric rigidity
cadaveric spasm
cadaverine
cadaverines
cadaverous
cadaverously
cadaverousness
cadavers
caddice
caddice-fly
caddice fly

Literary usage of Cadastres

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Statutes of the Province of Quebec Passed in the Session Held in the by Qu├ębec (Province). (1871)
"An Act to amend the law respecting the Civil Erection of Parishes, with the view to facilitate the making of the cadastres. [Assented to 23rd December, ..."

2. The Seigniorial System in Canada: A Study in French Colonial Policy by William Bennett Munro (1907)
"On the topography of the seigniorial system a fruitful source of data are the cadastres, or topographical and descriptive records compiled from the aveux et ..."

3. The Quebec Law Index Embracing All the Legislation of the Province of Quebec by Harris Harding Bligh (1898)
"... to the said cadastres 30 1869 To amend, respecting the Civil Erection of Parishes with the view to facilitate the making of cadastres 15 1871 To amend, ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"Out of 50 known cadastres relating to the wealth of the British isles, those above have been selected on account of their dates as illustrating the progress ..."

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