One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘As part-owners they can get free admission to race meetings with owner badges and will, of course, receive their share of the winnings should Evening Press prosper on the track.’
- ‘One man who had reason to smile through the fiscal grief was John Brown, chairman of William Hill, but also part-owner of the winner.’
- ‘Today's episode has a brisk rehearsal of his business career: failing quite lucratively as an oilman, and then making his fortune out of public funds as part-owner of a football team.’
- ‘Eventually, the part-owner can buy the remaining shares from the housing association until they own the property outright.’
- ‘The 33-year-old, who has dozens of properties in London and Manchester, is part-owner of two London restaurants and had been driving a Ferrari and a Bentley.’
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