residence


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residence:

see domiciledomicile
, one's legal residence. This may or may not be the place where one actually resides at any one time. The domicile is the permanent home to which one is presumed to have the intention of returning whenever the purpose for which one is absent has been accomplished.
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residence

the official house of the governor of any of various countries
References in classic literature ?
"Certainly, sir, I have no idea but of residence. But, Crawford, though I refuse you as a tenant, come to me as a friend.
A residence in Turkey was abhorrent to her; her religion and her feelings were alike averse to it.
Right glad, therefore, was he to get them and their treasures fairly on board, when he made sail from this unprofitable place, and steered for the Bay of Tocaigh, the residence of the chief or governor of the island, where he hoped to be more successful in obtaining supplies.
His favor with Tamahmaah, never declined; and when that sagacious, intrepid, and aspiring chieftain had made himself sovereign over the whole group of islands, and removed his residence to Woahoo, he left his faithful adherent John Young in command of Owyhee.
She was recommended to fill this situation by the keeper of the restaurant who has supplied the meals to the family throughout the period of their residence at the palace.
Her screams had attracted servants and members of the families from residences near by, as well as from the Greystoke home.
The Count and Countess Fosco had left Blackwater Park for their new residence in St.
only it is not my intention or wish that you should frequent her place of residence. I beg you once more, my dear Raoul, to understand that."
His first visit was to Aramis, at whose residence he ha not been since the famous evening on which he had followed Mme.
{marquiseta = presumably the residence or palace of a Marquis}
I had not locked the door--I had never been in the habit of locking the door during my residence under Mr.
This mansion, built by a subject, bore a far greater resemblance to those royal residences which Wolsey fancied he was called upon to construct, in order to present them to his master form the fear of rendering him jealous.