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a building or shelter where one lives

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To understand the four landscapes as dwelling places Eliot interweaves a complex pattern of symbol, history, memory and event.
Racecar Competition: Scott Page, Dwelling Place, 5.
The Katrina-affected variables are related to our research hypothesis, while the ascribed, acquired, and dwelling place variables serve as control variables:
Robert Wade Kenny and Barbara Warnick also are concerned with ethos as an ethical dwelling place for rhetoric.
Even in our dwelling place there is always the reminder that the "holiness" was in the act and not in the thing.
And because the temple is generally recognized as the dwelling place of God, Jesus is saying that he is one with that Presence.
the Court observed that, while the apartment was a dwelling place for the lessee, "it was for these [defendants] simply a place to do business.
40 percent of the students do not have a working refrigerator in their home or any means to heat their dwelling place during the winter months.
107-1(b), "home" means a dwelling place (including furnishings) and the appurtenances thereto (e.
Rather than spend time in the library, the user now has the viable option of easily bringing the digital information into her or his more familiar dwelling place.
But Cereta denies her first premise: because "the earth is a dwelling place for man [and not infernal spirits]," the figure is actually a "portent" of things to come (175).
It's also laden with spirits from beyond the grave, a dwelling place of otherwordly spirits.
Susanoo then began to behave very rudely--he broke down the divisions in the rice fields, defiled his sister's dwelling place, and finally threw a flayed horse into her weaving hall.
But Salem Is My Dwelling Place is a relatively traditional, sentimental, thesis-bound life-and-works study, while Dearest Beloved boldly speculates about torsions in the Hawthornes' marriage, the social origins of those torsions, and their refractions in the major romances.
Becoming interested in contemporary social conditions and in religion, he also wrote The Inside of the Cup (1913), dealing with the relations of religion and modern society; A Far Country (1915), a story of a modern prodigal son; and The Dwelling Place of Light (1917), in which the restless modern world is contrasted with eternal truths.