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a baronial mansion with dozens of spacious, luxurious rooms
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Should Congress enlarge the land grants for grazing, then baronial estates would soon crowd the plains, an aristocratic few owning lands sufficient for a European principality and crowding out the small farmer upon which the nation depended.
The $100,000 Range Rover Sport pulls up to the building's baronial awning.
In the late 19th century, wealthy industrialists started building baronial weekend and summer mansions and estates.
Unquestionably, the most colorful social event of the visit was staged by Ralston at his baronial estate south from San Francisco in Belmont.
With these departures, the American era of the baronial chief executive, sitting atop an industrial dominion with all the attendant privileges, is drawing to a close.
Saudi Arabia hosted the president on a baronial scale, with lavish banquets in palaces, his image projected on the side of a building.
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: of or relating to a baron : suitable for a baron
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