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appurtenance in Business topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishappurtenanceap‧pur‧te‧nance /əˈpɜːtɪnəns, -tən- $ əˈpɜːrtənəns/ noun [countable usually plural]  formalOWN a part of something more important
Examples from the Corpus
appurtenancePierre came to pick them up in the long Mercedes and they piled in with all their bags and appurtenances.The high role of priests was symbolized by the precious substances lavished on their vestments and appurtenances.What is included in the appurtenances of property is a question of fact.