place of dwelling

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amp;nbsp; (a) A person is guilty of a gross misdemeanor who: (1) enters upon another's property; (2) surreptitiously gazes, stares, or peeps in the window or any other aperture of a house or place of dwelling of another; and (3) does so with intent to intrude upon or interfere with the privacy of a member of the household.
Over the centuries the village has become known as ' Badshahpur' for being the badshah's in- laws' place of dwelling.
Eliot's "Burnt Norton" ("Before the beginning and after the end"), and the German Romantic poet Friedrich Holderlin ("Schwer verlafitf Was nahe dem Vrsprung wohnet, den Off"--"A place of dwelling / This near the source is hard to leave").
This is because throughout history, a place of dwelling and commercial activity has always been developed organically.
It is, I would like to say, a place of dwelling, not merely a structure to be explored, mapped, and then set aside.
Does our thinking carry the wisdom of knowing that its place of dwelling is the thought of revolutionary philosophy or do we instead, remaining oblivious to the status of our work, aspire to re-position the work of revolutionary thinking within its confines and thereby imagine ourselves to be safely situated beyond the reach of such thinking?
201(30), "residence" means a person's place of dwelling.
This refraining on the part of Science becomes Science's place of dwelling so to speak through which it attempts justifiably to appropriate what it already is.
In other words, the growth of the seed in question would amount to the activation of the form of communal being that transforms the purely substantive and immediate manifestation of its being into the place of dwelling of the thinker and thereby acting as the embrace of thinking ultimately posits itself as that which thinking is to embrace.