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  • Liveries — Livery Liv er*y, n.; pl. {Liveries}. [OE. livere, F. livr[ e]e, formerly, a gift of clothes made by the master to his servants, prop., a thing delivered, fr. livrer to deliver, L. liberare to set free, in LL., to deliver up. See {Liberate}.] 1.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • liveries — liv·er·y || lɪvÉ™rɪ n. uniform of a footman or other male servant; unique and distinctive clothing worn by a member of a group or guild; boarding and care of horses for pay, livery stable adj. suffering from a liver disorder; resembling… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • British Rail corporate liveries — The history of British Rail s corporate liveries is quite complex. Although from the 1960s to the 1980s the company was associated with Rail Blue , a number of other schemes were also used, especially when the company was sectorised in the 1980s …   Wikipedia

  • Court of Wards and Liveries — Cecil presiding over the Court of Wards The Court of Wards and Liveries was a court established during the reign of Henry VIII in England. Its purpose was to administer a system of feudal dues; but as well as the revenue collection, the court was …   Wikipedia

  • Court of Wards and Liveries — Der Court of Wards and Liveries war im England des 16. und 17. Jahrhundert eine Finanzbehörde zur Verwaltung von Kronlehen, deren Lehnserben unmündig waren, sowie zur Investitur von Neubelehnten. Es wurde durch zwei Statuten König Heinrichs VIII …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Formula One sponsorship liveries — have been used since the late 1960s, replacing the previously used national colours. With sponsors becoming more important with the rising costs in Formula One, many teams wanted to be able to display the logos of their sponsors as clearly as… …   Wikipedia

  • Court of Wards and Liveries — A court of record, established in England in the reign of Henry VIII. For the survey and management of the valuable fruits of tenure, a court of record was created by St. 32 Hen. VIII, c. 46, called the Court of the King s Wards. To this was… …   Black's law dictionary

  • British Airways ethnic liveries — In 1997 British Airways adopted a new livery. One part of this was a newly stylised version of the British Airways Speedbird logo, but the major change was the introduction of tail fin art. Also known as the Utopia or world art tailfins, they… …   Wikipedia

  • Airline liveries and logos — Airlines, like any branded service, utilise logos and colour schemes on their aircraft (liveries) to provide distinctivenss and solidify its identity. Birds and winged legendary creatures, often styalised, and streamlined patterns, are commonly… …   Wikipedia

  • wards and liveries — In English law, the title of a court of record, established in the reign of Henry VIII. Such was abolished in 1660. See Court of Wards and Liveries …   Black's law dictionary

  • wards and liveries — See court of wards and liveries …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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