reside in

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See: inhabit, occupy
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Can we imagine that the electors who reside in the remote subdivisions of the counties of Albany, Saratoga, Cambridge, etc., or in any part of the county of Montgomery, would take the trouble to come to the city of Albany, to give their votes for members of the Assembly or Senate, sooner than they would repair to the city of New York, to participate in the choice of the members of the federal House of Representatives?
He walks constantly on the terrace during the summer months, with a youthful and jaunty air, which has rendered him the admiration of the numerous elderly ladies of single condition, who reside in the vicinity.
Pickwick himself continued to reside in his new house, employing his leisure hours in arranging the memoranda which he afterwards presented to the secretary of the once famous club, or in hearing Sam Weller read aloud, with such remarks as suggested themselves to his mind, which never failed to afford Mr.
Since the insurance policy was written in New Jersey, the insureds reside in New Jersey and the contract of insurance was signed in New Jersey, respondent argues that the "center of gravity" is New Jersey and thus the claim must be dismissed as New Jersey law governs.
'I further make this final and irrevocable admission and confession to the effect that when I applied for and was granted US citizenship, I did not have the acquired intention to reside in the United States, thereby making me ineligible and disqualified for such citizenship,' Yasay said in the letter to the INS.
TUNIS, (TAP) - Some 53,490 foreigners reside in Tunisia against 35,500 in 2004.According to the results of the General population and housing census in 2014.