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dwelling

A building designed or used as the living quarters for one or more families.
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Some victims say they and their kids are now homeless and in dire need of dwelling places.
Walking God's Earth: The Environment and Catholic Faith considers how the Catholic tradition relates to environmental concerns and how 'finding our place' in God's order also involves dealing with questions of fuel, food, dwelling places and more elements of daily living.
In My Father's house there are many dwelling places.
Michael Gross goes back, delving into the history of all the dwelling places of the rich and socials -- keeping those of the Jewish faith out of this and that, falling prey to rich showbiz or celeb types like Denzel Washington, Sting, Norman Lear, Alex Rodriguez, NASCAR's Jeff Gordon, Russian and Chinese oligarchs, top execs from the Internet age.
He also noted that one of the main causes behind the reluctance of jobseekers to accept jobs in the private sector are: willingness to work in the public sector, the majority of job seekers, who are covered by the grant of women, prefer to work in their dwelling places, or selecting certain companies that have no vacancies , as some jobseekers prefer to work in specific institutions, such as oil and gas companies or public enterprises, such as wastewater ,Methanol and Salalah Port and other institutions that have no vacancies at present .
This is the Cairo which'll see its people stepping out of the comfort and security of their dwelling places and calling Tahrir Square " home" for 18 days.
To understand the four landscapes as dwelling places Eliot interweaves a complex pattern of symbol, history, memory and event.
With no electricity or water supply, residents of Al Shohba rock share their dwelling places with rats and scorpions.
Little Black Ant on Park Street" traces the underground dwelling places of the little black ant colony and shows the worker ants organizing to transport and deliver food (parts of a large dead caterpillar) to the whole colony.
He also appealed the President to look into the plight of Muslims who were returning to their dwelling places in Jaffna and elsewhere.
He said that the number of displaced families that had returned to their original dwelling places has reached 1800, adding there are about 9500 officially registered families that had been forced to leave their homes in hot spots in Baghdad, Diala, Ninewa and Babel.
Lootah attested to the growing desire among residential communities not only for commodities and services, but for convenience-led retail options driven by a changing perception of residential communities not only as dwelling places but as complete lifestyle offerings.