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a member of a military force who is residing in a conquered foreign country

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The 2015 Risk Index results reveal that Botswana retains its position as the most attractive market for occupiers with other African states including South Africa, Ghana, Morocco and Tunisia also featuring in the top 10.
Rather than a necessary evil, these stores have transitioned into a desirable, viable and potentially lucrative option for occupiers seeking shorter-term, lower-risk occupancy in prime retail destinations.
In essence you are looking at an emerging two-tier market with poorer performing stock being marginalised even before the regulations come into force unless investors and occupiers take steps to prepare for implementation.
Occupier Advisory and Transaction Services marshals the talents, resources, and expertise of CBRE s Brokerage, Transaction Management, Advisory and Portfolio Services into a single, integrated services platform and offering to serve occupier clients.
Cluttons Dubai Spring 2014 Commercial Market Outlook report, asserts that the rising tide of occupier demand is having a knock on impact on supply for prime freezone office space, which is rapidly being depleted in freezone submarkets such as Dubai Internet City and Dubai Media City (TECOM A&B).
Both the landlords and the occupiers were very surprised to hear the charity had called in the liquidators.
Tom Lamb, industrial property specialist at the West Yorkshire office of Knight Frank, said: "The continued limitations created by scarce supply, coupled with the short-term lack of speculative development, will encourage many occupiers to seriously consider the possibility of design and build units in the near future.
Landlords are achieving quoting rents on Prime/Grade A office buildings from smaller occupiers but are continuing to offer incentives to larger occupiers in order to secure a reliable income stream.
As owners of the 43 acre mixed-use site, Barmston Developments has worked tirelessly with occupiers to meet their specific requirements.
The occupiers entered the building April 1 at the conclusion of a peaceful march from San Francisco's Union Square in the heart of the city's downtown shopping district.
The movement's innovations in structure and practice, inspired in part by the revolts of the Arab Spring, gave the occupiers the appeal of novelty.
Summary: RAMALLAH: Israeli occupiers on Wednesday attacked Palestinians and their properties in several West Bank areas, a Palestinian official said.
50 per sq ft, driven by traditional West End occupiers moving east taking advantage of better availability and lower rents.
ASENIOR surveyor at Cushman & Wakefield has joined the joint agency team marketing Cobalt - the UK's largest office park - to potential occupiers around the world.
When I hear some of your leaders call us occupiers, I cannot look at these mourning parents, spouses, and children in the eye and give them a comforting reply" Eikenberry told an audience of students at Herat University in western Afghanistan.