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home

1. the environment or habitat of a person or animal
2. 
a. a building or organization set up to care for orphans, the aged, etc.
b. an informal name for a mental home
3. Sport one's own ground
4. 
a. the objective towards which a player strives in certain sports
b. an area where a player is safe from attack
5. Lacrosse
a. one of two positions of play nearest the opponents' goal
b. a player assigned to such a position
6. Baseball another name for home plate
7. Sport relating to one's own ground

Home

Baron. See (Baron) Home of the Hirsel

What does it mean when you dream about a home?

Independence and dependency mark the feelings of going home. Home also represents security issues and childlike desires that need to be fulfilled. (See also Mansion).

home

[hōm]
(computer science)
The location at the upper left-hand corner of an electronic display.
(electricity)
To return to the starting position, as in a stepping relay or turning motor.
(navigation)
To navigate toward a point by maintaining constant some navigational parameter other than altitude.
(ordnance)
To travel to a target by guidance of heat radiation, radar echoes, radio waves, sound waves, laser beams, or other phenomena reflected from or originating in the target, as in homing missiles and homing torpedoes.

home

To follow a path of energy waves, especially radio or radar waves, by means of a directional antenna, radar equipment, or other sensing devices, to or toward the point of transmission or reflection of the waves.
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Viewing the Home Truths exhibition in addition to reading the book, one becomes much more aware of, and affected by, size and scale.
This might explain why Home Truths also focuses on imaginative lies Duff told others--and himself "I have spent my life lying about what 1 could not bear to accept as truth," he concludes, "and I have ended up writing fiction, lies about what happened to people.
We need to speak plainly about housing need,' said TCPA Director, Gideon Amos, launching the Home Truths paper.
THE DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT Home Truths is all about writing, and although many of us balk at reading about writers and their writing, since it so often reeks of an exhausted imagination inflicted upon us by a writer who has nothing left to write about except his craft, in this case it comes up a little gem, with some notable flaws, but a little gem anyway, which I will urge you to read after I do some minor nitpicking.
Ironically, that unoriginality is what makes the novel sadly fascinating: The New City embodies the home truths that circulate in the world as portrayed by National Public Radio (Amidon has worked as a commentator on American issues for the BBC), and Amidon probably reflects the beliefs of many thoughtful people today.
In the late 1850s, we know, Richmond and certain other cities outlawed minstrelsy for its hint of insurrection, perhaps an unthinkable prospect to us now; Brown has Rice assassinated, pointedly, by a Confederate loyalist, and he everywhere portrays minstrel shows delivering humanist home truths refracted through the distorting stage form appropriate to a society upended by racial confusion.
There's also Ed Harriman's Hack: Home Truths About Foreign News.
If one or two of Barton's team-mates can't handle a few home truths maybe they should look in the mirror first before they accuse the new boy in class of causing trouble in the playground.
We had a few home truths and the players have reacted.
He later visits Sharon and gets more than he bargained for when she shares some harsh home truths about his disappearing act.
So it doesn't exactly help when Tina pays her a visit to give her some home truths.
Roberto Martinez needs to take a long, hard look at this squad and accept some home truths - many of them simply aren't up to it anymore.