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(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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The Serb has been forced to battle from behind during the tournament, but it was a different story yesterday as he let a second-set lead slip before pressing home his dominance in the decider.
With Mountain Ash edging a nail biting encounter 8-5 midway through the second half, Winder, having returned from a previous yellow card minutes earlier, was ordered off for a reckless stamp and the Old Firm club made no mistake in pressing home their advantage as their own scrum-half Meirion Thomas sniped over for the winning score.
Jayne Rawlinson, chairman of the Domiciliary Eyecare Committee, said: 'It is essential that everyone stands together with the RNIB in pressing home the importance of regular sight tests.