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HABITATION, civil law. It was the right of a person to live in the house of another without prejudice to the property.
     2. It differed from a usufruct in this, that the usufructuary might have applied the house to any purpose, as, a store or manufactory; whereas the party having the right of habitation. could only use it for the residence of himself and family. 1 Bro. Civ. Law, 184 Domat. l. 1, t. 11, s. 2, n. 7.

HABITATION, estates. A dwelling-house, a home-stall. 2 Bl. Com. 4; 4 Bl. Com. 220. Vide House.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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A habitational risk score is most effective at pricing for what appears to be similar properties on the outside but have wholly different risk factors on the inside.
Space for Engagement: The Indian Artplace and a Habitational Approach to Architecture, by Himanshu Burte.
These included exposure to animals, mud, or potentially contaminated freshwater sources involving occupational activities (e.g., farming, ranching), recreational activities (e.g., freshwater swimming, hiking), or habitational activities (around the home; e.g., gardening, trapping rats).
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(28) Hus the "Author" creates a narrator who inhabits the fictional framework of mythical recurrence grounded in actual, geographical, and habitational space.
In any case, the outer edge of the shell midden does show some interesting interdigitation with the adjacent habitational layers, with evidence of different stages ofoccupation.
AAIS includes these as eligible risks: habitational, mercantile, nonmanufacturing, and warehousing properties; not eligible for the AAIS commercial properties program are manufacturers and processors, farm operations, and dwellings.
mercantile risk: A term most often used in Property Insurance meaning a retail or wholesale risk as contrasted with a service risk, a manufacturing risk, or a habitational risk.
Media companies were second, at 35.3 percent, followed by food and beverage companies (34.7 percent), habitational and hospitality industries (31.5 percent) and healthcare (31.0 percent).
Roychaudhuri, is au point, but by the time we reach the end of the volume, we find ourselves dealing with "Pollen Analysis of Habitational Deposits Excavated...