Definition of Borrell
1. borrel [adj] - See also: borrel
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Literary usage of Borrell
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hotels of Character and Charm in Spain by Hunter Publishing, Hunter Publishing, Incorporated, Michelle Gastaut, Fagrice Camoin, Rivages (Firm (2001)
"Cal borrell is a former farmhouse refurbished and transformed into a hotel in the heart of a picture-perfect mountain village. The rooms have magnificent ..."
2. The Revised Reports by Robert Campbell, Frederick Pollock, Oliver Augustus Saunders, Arthur Beresford Cane, Joseph Gerald Pease, William Bowstead, Great Britain Courts (1900)
"borrell v. HAIGH. isse. Feb. 12. (7 LJ (NS) Ch. 139—142; S. 0. 2 Jur. 229.) 183g A will contained a general devise of all the ..."
3. History of Jewish Coinage, and of Money in the Old and New Testament by Frederic William Madden (1864)
"Another, formerly in the possession of Major Garden, which Mr. borrell ... 256 Mr. borrell has also given me a noto relative to the first-named gold Daric ..."
4. North Country Wills: Being Abstracts of Wills Relating to the Counties of by John William Clay (1908)
"... and I make my executors my wife Margarett borrell and my ... after her decease I give yt unto John borrell, son unto William borrell, deceased, my eyre, ..."