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estovers (common of)

estovers (common of)
1. The right to gather lying and dead standing wood, usually up to a stated size, for firewood on common land. Dead standing wood and branches can be obtained ‘by hook or by crook’, i.e. by the use of a blunt tool.

2. Firewood, timber, and other materials taken from common land as a privilege.

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estovers (common of)

estovers (common of)
1. The right to gather lying and dead standing wood, usually up to a stated size, for firewood on common land. Dead standing wood and branches can be obtained ‘by hook or by crook’, i.e. by the use of a blunt tool.

2. Firewood, timber, and other materials taken from common land as a privilege.

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