legitimate house

legitimate house

A theater in which stage plays are produced professionally.
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The CDA said that a private individual has built a room, alongside his legitimate house, on land that belongs to the authority.
Romero 'Miro' Quimbo's group brought their claim as the 'legitimate House minority bloc' to the Supreme Court (SC) on Friday.
Those dynamics mean legitimate House races in districts as varied as Salt Lake City, where Mayor Ben McAdams is aiming to unseat Rep.
The two gentlemen-lawmakers shook hands to seal their deal to respect the SC ruling should either one of them would be upheld as the legitimate House minority bloc.
After more than a hundred years of debates, cross-party talks, Green Papers, White Papers, Command Papers and a Royal Commission, we are finally introducing a Bill to create a democratic and legitimate House of Lords.''
Even the Fox was designed primarily for movies, though subsequent renovation has made it work well as a legitimate house.
A more democratically legitimate House of Lords could give us the sort of checks and balances we need to provide a bulwark against untrammelled power or "elective dictatorship".
It said the SP also initiated a 'spree of frivolous cases against his ex-wife and her family by virtue of his being a police officer and attempted to expel the entire family from their legitimate house by adopting illegal means.'
Eugene Michael de Vera as the legitimate House Minority Leader.