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dwelling

noun abode, camp, domicile, domicilium, domus, dormitory, edifice, habitation, homestead, house, living quarters, lodging, lodging place, lodgment, place of residence, quarters, residence, sedes, shelter, tabernacle
Associated concepts: dwelling house purposes, inhabited dwelling house, multiple dwelling, principal dwelling place, private dwelling
See also: abode, address, building, domicile, habitation, home, house, inhabitation, lodging, residence, structure

dwelling

a place where a person lives treating it as his home, for the purposes of housing and rent legislation and which may become the object of protection such as a statutory secure tenancy.
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In addition, those who sustained major damage to their dwelling places were less likely to identify government as an important aid source in the short term.
The Katrina-affected variables are related to our research hypothesis, while the ascribed, acquired, and dwelling place variables serve as control variables:
Katrina-affected attributes: dwelling place damage; the disruption in basic economic activity, such as buying and selling goods and services; and physical injury
Pre-Katrina dwelling place attributes: dwelling place value, number of bedrooms, and federal flood insurance
Finally, for dwelling place value, the baseline category is "respondent reported dwelling place value as less than $100,000.
Three of the ascribed, acquired, and dwelling place attribute variables stand out: Age, Public_Assist, and Flood_Insur.
1] regression, Value_H is positive and statistically significant, and its marginal effect implies that respondents with dwelling place values of $200,000 or more are 24% more likely to identify government as the source of most aid prior to resuming economic activity.
Carole Blair and Neil Michel focus on discourse about Mount Rushmore and other mountain statues as "a dwelling place of national culture" (159).
I believe the question to be explored now, is: do we, as architects understand what is required of us in both the measurable and the seen and in the immeasurable and the unseen, as we work to create the intricate dwelling places for the soul?
And in these places uncovered and transformed in the center of our urban terrain, we must, as the ancients did, cease and pause for breath after we have constructed our reciprocal dwelling places on earth in genuine gratitude for the beauty that has been bestowed upon us.
It is held in the Jewish text that God created this physical world as a dwelling place for man.
With every gathering, their dwelling place held them in time to experience a heightened sense of collective intimacy, both among themselves and with the ineffable.