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The Australian newspaper revealed on Saturday that Joyce and Campion were residing together in a townhouse in Armidale, which it said was provided free by a local businessman, Greg Maguire.
Fiscal depute Tom Bowman said: "The complainer and Paul Lewis had been in a relationship for about six months at the time of the offence and were residing together.
Biren stated that he urged the home minister not to do anything which may disturb the oneness of hill and valley people who have been residing together harmoniously since time immemorial.
The defendant and the victim have been residing together [redacted] for the past year.
more than two unrelated persons from residing together in a one-family
She also lauded the flexible laws, tolerance and harmony among different cultures residing together in a community characterised by affection, co-existence, social and living stability, along with other amenities for a decent and safe life.
United and Sunderland are residing together in the relegation dungeon and Boro have been threatening to implode with their managerial fracas.
The court disagreed, explaining that "an insured" in the context of applying the exclusion is limited to a small class of family members residing together with some degree of permanence.
Family or household members" means spouses, former spouses, persons related by blood or marriage, persons who are presently residing together as if a family or who have resided together in the past as if a family, and persons who are parents of a child in common regardless of whether they have been married.
Today it is housed in the Svalbard Science Center, residing together with Svalbard's University Centre and Norwegian Polar Institute.
It is not in dispute that plaintiff acquired Bubkas, now age 2, as a puppy in 2009, when the dog was conveyed to plaintiff as a gift from his parents, while the parties were residing together.