Cottage

The term cottage was originally applied to a small house without land, and is mentioned in 1275. By 1900 the term cottage was being applied to a small country residence or detached suburban house, adapted to a moderate scale of living, yet with all due attention to neatness, comfort, and refinement. By the later 20th century, cottages were no longe
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Cottage

Cottage is slang for a public lavatory.
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Cottage

Cottage is slang for a public lavatory.
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Cottage

Cot'tage noun [ From Cot a cottage.] A small house; a cot; a hut. » The term was formerly limited to a habitation for the poor, but is now applied to any small tasteful dwelling; and at places of summer resort, to any residence or lodging house of rustic architecture, irrespective of size.
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Cottage

• (n.) A small house; a cot; a hut.
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Cottage

Generally refers to smaller rural properties.
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Cottage

[disambiguation] A cottage is a small urban or rural house, or a small rural holding. A cottager is sometimes synonymous with a crofter. Cottage may also refer to: ...
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Cottage

A cottage is, typically, a small house. The word comes from England where it originally was a house that has a ground floor, with a first, lower storey of bedrooms which fit within the roofspace. In many places the word cottage is used to mean a small old-fashioned house. In modern usage, a cottage is usually a modest, often cosy dwelling, typical
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Cottage

The exact origin of this red grape is unclear. Either she's a cross between Concord x Unknown cross-hybrids, or a clone of Concord . It was introduced in 1869 by Ephraim Wales Bull (1806-1895). It was first described in 1912. The clusters of black grapes provide a wine with a weak Foxton . This variety is cultivated as the U.S. state of Arkansa
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