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adjoin

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to be contiguous or next to

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lie adjacent to another or share a boundary

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I walked round the corner, saw the City and Suburban Bank abutted on our friend's premises, and felt that I had solved my problem.
I followed the wall right round to the point at which it abutted on the tower that immured my love; the height never varied; nor could my hands or eyes discover a single foot-hole, ledge, or other means of mounting to the top.
In this case, a sunken sidewalk flag abutted two different properties.
For example, it might have said: "Where such street walls are abutted on both sides by existing buildings .
Here, the court found that Landowners' property always abutted the controlled-access highway; part of the property was taken in a condemnation proceeding in 1961 to build the highway; the state offset compensable severance damages for the property not taken in the original condemnation proceeding because of the interchange the state designated; and the state subsequently eliminated access through the designated interchange.
In summary, the Meadow Lane properties abutted both Meadow Lane and Pleasant Street as Pleasant Street existed prior to 1959," Mr.