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housed

Said of a piece or a member which is fitted into another.
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Children who are poorly housed suffer "chronic health problems, developmental delays, and perform poorly in school," says Rice.
Housed in the "L chamber"--also called the ell, the section of the building jutting out at a right angle to the rest of the structure--above the kitchen, Frado is literally put at spatial odds with the white family.
Unusual as a Schindler multiunit complex housed in a single building, it boasts a penthouse, extensive built-in furniture, and clever Schindler-specified enclosed garden patios to lend privacy to the lower units.