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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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Many dwellings, especially in regions with older housing stock (the Northeast for example), have cooking ranges located under windows, making installation of a range hood impossible.
Swinney Erik F, 2941 Ingalls Way; New Single Family Dwelling With Attached Garage; $272,089.
Municipalities are prevented from requiring that a familial relationship exist between occupants of the accessory dwelling unit and the primary dwelling unit.
I am interested in showing how the concepts of marking and claiming help us understand one particular form of dwelling experience--residential dwelling--through the stories of human dwellers living with alternative technologies, in alternative dwelling structures, and in alternative forms of community organization.
Even allowing for the fact that some dwellings were built to be used as holiday homes (these are itemised separately in the figures from vacant dwellings), one has to wonder why so much investment was poured into dud real estate.
Following the ABS, a dwelling can be: a separate house; a semi-detached, row or terrace house, townhouse; a flat, unit or apartment; or other dwelling.
The proposed regulations provide that long-term contracts for land improvements directly related to and located on the site of the dwelling units and common improvements at the site are treated as home construction contracts, even if there is no home construction involved.
Moreover, 1,820 dwellings were completed during the January to March 2008 quarter.
It can be stated that during the last seven years great qualitative changes have taken place in the market of dwelling buildings (see Table 1) and single-family houses (see Table 2).
While not envisaged as a permanent, long term dwelling, it has obvious potential for the student, business traveller and holiday home markets.
Hornig, Dwelling Quest's president and chief executive officer, commented, "There is no secret formula to our success: we have an extraordinary group of brokers and salespersons who know the Manhattan real estate market, work very hard and provide premium service to their clients.
Some 1,493,200 square metres of utility floor space were started for dwelling purposes in January-May 2005, an increase of 19.