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Peppercorn rent is a phrase in its own right, dating back several centuries, meaning a very low, nominal or token rent given as a simple acknowledgement that the tenement virtually belongs to the person to whom the peppercorn is given, as Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable has it. But this negligible financial exchange was once quite literally pepper-based. Oxford Dictionaries labels the phrase British and say it originates in a once-common practice of stipulating the payment of a peppercorn as a nominal rent.
peppercorn rent - very low or nominal rent. Britain, Great Britain, . UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; & Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom. In return for a 21-year lease on a peppercorn rent, the council says the successful applicant will have to demonstrate that they can run a financially viable programme of events with profits reinvested into the site's running. Who will take on the bombed-out church? But neither do they expect their Pedigree Chum to be served up in a silver bowl, by a servant, in a palace apartment that came with a peppercorn rent that was, in effect, subsidised by taxpayers for almost eight years. Princess is barking up wrong tree.
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Earl Klugh is the debut album by jazz guitarist Earl Klugh, released in 1976. Klugh is accompanied by Louis Johnson on bass and Lee Ritenour on guitar. All tracks written by Earl Klugh except where noted. Earl Klugh – acoustic and electric guitars. Chuck Findley, Oscar Brashear – trumpet, flugelhorn. Garnett Brown – trombone. Ray Pizzi – soprano saxophone. Pete Christlieb – tenor saxophone, flute. Jerome Richardson – baritone saxophone, flute.