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Synonyms for indweller

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That is but a guess;' said Finrod, "and long ago he said things similar, but we know that the Indweller [fea] is not 'breath' (which the hroa uses).
The Indweller Who dwells in our heart is Lord Krishna, the charioteer.
The sculpture, titled Indweller, was then fabricated by engineers and apprentices from Auguste Victoria, in the German town of Marl, the only remaining operational mine in the region.
Anticipating Frank Lloyd Wright by just a hundred years, he wrote that the house should grow "out of the necessities and character of the indweller, who is the only builder--out of some unconsciousness truthfulness" (47).
Whereas the smaller dwellings with one concentration of arrow points and one hearth seem closely related to those from the Maglemose Culture, those with two sets (apart from Mollegabet II, Vaengeso is regarded as belonging to this category) seem to have had the indwellers arranged in couples with their front against the entrance at the one end of the structure (Figures 3, 11, 12) (Gron--in print).