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n the legal right of possession.
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And, says Ravetz, 'Over the same period, the stock of dwellings quietly absorbed a veritable explosion of personal posessions including, latterly, a wealth of computers and electronic equipment.
For Wall, these discarded posessions bear witness to a specific moment much the way traces of light do in a photograph.
What is becoming evident after speaking to our customers is that the pace of life has become so fast and we are so eager to get from A to B that valuable posessions are easily being forgotten.
U2 star The Edge has persuaded his bandmates to put their most prized posessions under the hammer.
2 by the Daily News, scored on its first three posessions to take control.
Mr Newman said: "In the 17th century, women didn't have any rights to their own posessions, so it was his way of protecting his daughter's inheritance.