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  • 41 dwelling — (also dwelling place) ► NOUN formal ▪ a house or other place of residence …

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  • 42 dwelling — [dwel′iŋ] n. [ME: see DWELL] a place to live in; residence; house; abode: also dwelling place …

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  • 43 House of Guise —     House of Guise     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► House of Guise     The House of Guise, a branch of the ducal family of Lorraine, played an important part in the religious troubles of France during the seventeenth century. By reason of descent… …

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  • 44 House plan — House plans often come in the form of a set of construction or working drawings, although these are still sometimes called blueprints. This set generally includes the following sheets:Drawing SetThe principal information provided in set of house… …

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  • 45 house — [n1] human habitat abode, apartment, box*, building, bullpen, castle, cave*, commorancy, condo, condominium, co op, coop, crash pad*, crib*, cubbyhole*, den, diggings*, digs*, domicile, dump*, dwelling, edifice, flat, flophouse*, habitation, hole …

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  • 46 House signs — have been used since ancient times to personalise a dwelling, turning a house into a home. [Miles, J.: Owl s Hoot: How People Name Their Houses , John Murray, 29 June 2000] TypestoneHaving already been around for half a billion years, stone signs …

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  • 47 dwelling — abode, residence, domicile, home, house, habitation …

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  • 48 dwelling — [n] home abode, castle, commorancy, den, digs*, domicile, dump*, establishment, habitat, habitation, haunt, hole in the wall*, house, lodging, pad, quarters, residence, residency; concept 516 …

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  • 49 house — n home, *habitation, dwelling, abode, residence, domicile house vb lodge, board, shelter, *harbor, entertain Analogous words: accommodate, hold, *contain Contrasted words: evict, *eject, oust, expel, dismiss …

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  • 50 House of the Mírdain —  / House of the Mirdain    The guildhouse of the jewelsmiths of Eregion.    The guildhouse and chief dwelling of Celebrimbor and the jewelsmiths of Eregion, destroyed by the forces of Sauron when he invaded Eriador …

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  • 51 house — n., adj. [[t]haʊs[/t]] v. [[t]haʊz[/t]] n. pl. hous•es [[t]ˈhaʊ zɪz[/t]] v. housed, hous•ing, adj. 1) a building in which people live; residence 2) a household 3) (often cap.) a family, including ancestors and descendants: the House of… …

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  • 52 House — For other uses, see House (disambiguation). A traditional house in Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russia …

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  • 53 house — n., adj. /hows/; v. /howz/, n., pl. houses /how ziz/, v., housed, housing, adj. n. 1. a building in which people live; residence for human beings. 2. a household. 3. (often cap.) a family, including ancestors and descendants: the great houses of… …

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  • 54 house — n. & v. n. (pl.) 1 a a building for human habitation. b (attrib.) (of an animal) kept in, frequenting, or infesting houses (house cat; housefly). 2 a building for a special purpose (opera house; summer house). 3 a building for keeping animals or… …

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  • 55 dwelling — noun (formal) ADJECTIVE ▪ makeshift, temporary ▪ permanent ▪ humble, modest ▪ private ▪ …

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  • 56 house — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. abode, residence; chamber, legislature; firm, organization, company; family, ancestry, lineage. See business. v. t. shelter, protect; cover, contain, harbor. See party, covering. II (Roget s IV) n. 1 …

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  • 57 Dwelling Narrowness — Wo Ju redirects here. Dwelling Narrowness (Chinese: 蜗居; pinyin: Wōjū), also known literally as Snail House, was a 2009 television series broadcast in Mainland China, based on a 2007 novel of the same name. It depicts two sisters struggling with… …

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  • 58 house — I. n. 1. Habitation, abode, dwelling, mansion, residence, domicile, dwelling place, home. 2. Building, edifice. 3. Family, household. 4. Lineage, race, kindred, tribe. 5. Legislative body. 6. Firm, partnership, company, concern, commercial… …

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  • 59 house — house1 W1S1 [haus] n plural houses [ˈhauzız] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(where someone lives)¦ 2¦(building)¦ 3¦(government)¦ 4¦(company)¦ 5¦(theatre)¦ 6 in house 7 put/set/get your (own) house in order 8 bring the house down …

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  • 60 House of the Virgin Mary — Exterior of the restored house now serving as a chapel (For the alternative house of the Virgin Mary located in Loreto, Italy, see Shrine of the Holy House) The House of the Virgin Mary (Turkish: Meryemana or Meryem Ana Evi, Mother Mary s House ) …

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