Dan [Aykroyd] is the proprietor... He would love to go forward [with the project] because he still loves it.
Seyed, the proprietor, tells us that there is always a way to keep the police quiet.
proprietor Ruben Nogales, 71, grew up in Ajo and watched its decline.
In the spring of 2012, Don Sammons, the sole resident and proprietor of Buford, decided it was time to sell the 147-year-old town.
However, until now, any personal meetings between the proprietor and the prime minister on the bid have been denied.
"Looks like the worst night we've had this year," said the proprietor.
The State authority was to be the purchaser, and the occupier was to be the proprietor.
Thompson kept one of the stores, while Cleveland was proprietor of the butcher shop.
This proprietor was a man of great opulence, and a relative of Naomi.
Rudolph Krassin, proprietor of the 356 establishment, was a bent and withered ancient.
1630s, "owner, by royal grant, of an American colony," probably from proprietary (n.) in sense "property owner" (late 15c., see proprietary). In general sense of "one who holds something as property" it is attested from 1640s.