continuous house

continuous house

A house that is connected to several other ancillary facilities such as a barn, privy, shed, and/or stable; advantageous in areas having a harsh winter climate because this arrangement permits the residents to use these dependencies without going outdoors. Compare with telescope house.
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The residents of the most-affected Munawwar Colony are set to stage a rally outside Police Line Number 1 to register their protest against continuous house robberies, they said.
Hurriyat Conference (M) spokesman has condemned the continuous house confinement of amalgam Chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, besides Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mohammad Yasin Malik, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza, Engineer Hilal Ahmad War and dozens of other Hurriyat leaders and activists.
The Senate is a continuous house, half of its members retire after every three years on completion of their six-year term.
"For the last eight years of continuous house arrest, restrictions on the interactions with my party colleagues has dented the function of the organisation.
'However, for the last eight years of continuous house arrest, restrictions on interactions with my party colleagues...dented the function of the organisation,' he added.
The noted lawyer said he would take up the issue of the continuous house arrest of the Hurriyat's hardline faction chairman in the Supreme Court.
Suu Kyi, who was released from seven and a half years of continuous house arrest on Nov.
13 from more than seven years of continuous house arrest, Suu Kyi has been busy talking with diplomats, politicians and international agencies.
"Following a decade of near continuous house price growth and a relatively stable economy, we now find ourselves in a period of economic recession.
Meanwhile, a JRL spokesman condemned the continuous house detention of Syed Ali Geelani, detention of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq just after few hours of freedom, and confinement of Mohammad Yasin Malik in Kothibagh police station, terming it as 'revenge'.
SRINAGAR -- Strongly condemning continued the house imprisonment of its chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani, the Hurriyat Conference today said, 'the unjustified curbs and continuous house detention are taking a heavy toll on his health.'
The Mirwaiz, who is under continuous house arrest, commended the government of Pakistan for its persistent diplomatic efforts in introducing the resolution which was co-sponsored by 72 countries.

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