– an act of the tenant or desins – [synonyms]: Occupation – “It`s a dangerous faller,” Glaubmann said when his tenant slammed the door behind him. He told police that “the tenant`s face could have sunk in my hand.” The tenant put all his riding art to avoid the interview. – The Hugheses, father and son, watched Tenant Jones horrified. The middle English atTournais, from the Anglo-French Aturner for the preparation, the appellation, attorn, of a- (Latin ad- ) – Turner to turn . The holder, tenant or occupier who authorizes the use of a place for an offence benefit is considered an offender. But the law itself is difficult to enforce unless there is a specific complaint about a tenant. In another case, Sharif told the court that he had not met any tenants whom he and his brother had tried to recover the rent. Anglo-French aturner (The allegiance of a tenant to another gentleman), to turn from the former French atorner (to), to organize, turn from a – to torner Phineas has just suffered the defeat of its law on strengthening the rights of Irish farmers tenants. He was soberly wondering if he could remain his tenant.