Long-sleeved with a low front and O-ring jointure, plus an elastic waistband makes it a sexy yet useful and comfortable piece to slip on, whether you are keeping off the worst of the sun or a touch of chill.
A widow has a dower interest in one-third of her husband's real estate unless barred by a jointure or an agreement.
Granted it to the bishop of Lincoln, under whose protection the borough evidently grew up. In 1547 the bishop surrendered his rights to the king, and in the 17th century Biggleswade formed part of the jointure of the queens of England.
That his admiration was unfeigned cannot be doubted; she had, however, a jointure of 600 and perhaps a.
Was assigned to Henrietta Maria as part of her jointure.