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a group of usually related people living together as a unit

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of or relating to the family or household

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The age of the head of the household is going to be seen in non-linear relation.
And the brand chosen depends on the particular family member: When the female head of the household is involved in the brand decision, Hewlett-Packard's share is four points higher than it is overall and Gateway's share is approximately two points higher.
Xiaolan Wang, the head of the Household Care Business Line.
The new system meant that each individual has to register, rather than the head of the household signing up all the family.
But over half of this increase was accounted for by households where the head of the household was aged 65 or over.
It is the success of capitalism that poses a direct threat to the welfare-state mentality of the Democratic ideology of government as the head of the household.
Broadacres had successfully taken out an injunction against the head of the household responsible for the majority of the anti-social behaviour.
Major General Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, Deputy Commander in Chief of Dubai Police, said: "Our role in society is also to support families that are suffering as a result of the head of the household serving time in jail, and such families have a substantial financial burden in raising their children.
Like any other family, they have shown a deep affection for the head of the household.
Completed by 36 million householders on Sunday, April 2, 1911, the census records show the name, age, place of birth, marital status and occupation of every resident in every home as well as their relationship to the head of the household.
TFortunately my mother was not present as I had gone with a friend, but the head of the household looked at me over his spectacles and said coolly in the clipped, mannered tones of the English upper class which I came to marvel at: 'I cannot accept that.
Mums are increasingly becoming head of the household in teaching values and appropriate behaviour to their children.
The student was forced to become head of the household when her mother flew to Somalia to care for her elder brother, who had been shot, and her father and younger brother were ill in hospital in Birmingham.
We have taken industry of the head of the household as a proxy for the industry of the household as a whole.
Gandolfini is perfect as the dysfunctional head of the household, proving he can pull off a comedic role with ease.