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home

(Domicile), noun abode, apartment, cottage, domicilium, domus, dormitory, dwelling, dwelling place, fireside, fixed residence, habitat, habitation, haven, homestead, house, household, living quarters, locality, lodging, lodging place, native environment, permanent legal address, place of abode, place of dwelling, place of exissence, place of one's domestic affections, place of refuge, place of residence, place of rest, place to live in, place where one lives, quarters, refuge, residence, resting place
Associated concepts: home office, home rule domicile, home site
Foreign phrases: Constitutum esse eam domum unicuique nostrum debere existimari, ubi quisque sedes et tabulas haberet, suarumque rerum constitutionem fecisset.It is established that the home of each of us is considered to be the place of his abode and books, and where he may have made an establishment of his business.

home

(Place of origin), noun birthplace, country, counnry of origin, fatherland, homeland, mother country, native ground, native hearth, native land, native soil, place of birth
See also: abode, address, apartment, building, domestic, domicile, habitation, homestead, house, household, inhabitation, lodging, protection, residence, residential, seat, shelter, structure
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In most cases the buyer is requesting that if the seller accepts the offer, they are accepting with the contingency that the buyer has a home inspection completed within a certain number of days," says JoAnne Poole, former president of the Maryland Association of Realtors.
But it will never be a substitute for visiting a nursing home itself.
Because his data come directly from the families he met, he also cannot answer the question of whether home-schooled children learn as much as those who attend regular schools, Success stories of children graduating with honors from elite colleges show that home schooling can have excellent results, but they certainly don't represent the range of actual outcomes.
To better define the epidemiology of BSIs in the home-care setting, in 1995 the Hospital Infections Program conducted a prospective multicenter study of home infusion therapy patients.
Congressional concern was that the Supreme Court's decision effectively closed the door to legitimate home office deductions for many taxpayers and unfairly penalized small businesses simply because they operated out of a home, rather than from a storefront, office building or industrial park.
For the first half of this century, the public schools took home economics education very seriously, at least where their female students were concerned.
Once built, a NC HealthyBuilt home is more efficient, uses less energy and water, and creates less pollution.
Homeowners who use their homes for business or rental use and who depreciate a portion of their home also must reduce basis accordingly.
Senate Bill 291 would have required home schools to be supervised by a certified teacher and monitored biannually by the school district, prohibited the home schooling of any child with developmental disabilities (despite the existence of many studies proving that special needs students learn better in a home-school setting), and prohibited home schooling by stepparents and legal guardians.
Home networks combine telecommunications, broadcasting, construction, appliances and software solutions together to link everything in a home and connect it with the rest of the world.
Records), not to mention her hooty '60s movies Good times and Chastity (both MGM Home Video).