inhabitancy


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If they fail to maintain inhabitancy, they will be subject to expulsion from the Legislature.
I do understand that high proportions of student inhabitancy can cause friction.
Christine Grady notes that the definition of community is complex and "loosely used," but always includes some concept of "a group or aggregate of people who interact with each other, are interdependent, and have something in common (whether it be ancestry, place of inhabitancy, culture, behaviors, or special interests), and who understand or define themselves to some extent as belonging to this group.