common house

common house

1.That part of a monastery in which a fire was kept for the monks during the winter.
2. A one-room cottage in Spanish Colonial architecture of Florida, primarily in the first half of the 18th century. Characterized by: whitewashed tabby walls, a hipped roof that was thatched with palmetto fronds; and a smoke hole at the ridge of the roof; also see Saint Augustine house.
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You, I said, who are their legislator, having selected the men, will now select the women and give them to them;--they must be as far as possible of like natures with them; and they must live in common houses and meet at common meals, None of them will have anything specially his or her own; they will be together, and will be brought up together, and will associate at gymnastic exercises.
She often works from home, and she's planning to spend a lot of time in the common house with her laptop.
Common house plants, such as the yucca or peace lily, lower levels of the gas.
Social activities for each village are focused on a 6,000-square-foot common house.
The amazing technology has allowed a flour mite to be pictured hitching a ride on the hairy leg of a common house fly.
Contract notice: Supply of furniture for the development of the common house.
In a co-housing community, residents have their own kitchens, living and dining areas and bedrooms but share a common house, which could include a large dining room, kitchen, recreation facilities and children's space, according to the Web site of Cohousing Association of the United States.
Above conversion of common house for two leases and the creation of new communal house of 350 m?
Open Competition: Installation of a common house heat meters, hot water, cold water in residential apartment buildings consume heat
Open Competition: Installation of a common house (collective) accounting units of heat, cold and hot water in 29 apartment buildings
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A common house (town hall, CCAS, Centre Gutenberg, community halls)