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The elderly gentleman, who worked as a telephone operator for East African Airways in Entebe, Uganda, and Portrice Mombasa before joining the forces, lacks a fixed residence.
He emphasized over training of vaccination staff, devising a micro plan for campaign and special efforts to immunize children of nomadic families (who have no fixed residence).
He then got a job because he had a fixed residence. Then he was able to buy his own furniture and he gave us the furniture we initially gave him back to us to give to someone else.
The population served is somewhat higher than the 80,000 inhabitants of fixed residence, since they increase in the summer, plus a daily floating population estimated at 35,000 inhabitants.
Police found that Wang had no fixed residence, and had been on the run for quite some time, committing thefts wherever he went.
Graft prosecutor Ekrem Aydyner assessed a request by Zarrab on his travel ban and decided to lift the ban on grounds that evidence was gathered, he has a fixed residence, no possibility to destroy evidence or escape and a possibility that the charges against him could be dropped.
Having made the assumption of fixed residence, Mason and Knoll
[e]ach fixed residence or other place where a person resides, sleeps, or habitually live in a fixed residence, residence means a description of the locations where the person is stationed regularly, day or night, including any mobile or transitory living quarters or locations that have no specific mailing or street address.
At Burton-on-Trent yesterday, Francis Smith, a wheelright, of no fixed residence, was sent to gaol for a month's hard labour, for begging.
It is important for the diocese to have a fixed residence for the bishop."
Prosecutors had demanded life imprisonment for Hoshino, who was unemployed and had no fixed residence.
Similarly, the Conclusions have no definitive position on whether asylum-seekers should have a fixed residence, on whether they are entitled to move freely around their host state, and on whether they are to be allowed work.