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Synonyms for resident

Synonyms for resident

a physician (especially an intern) who lives in a hospital and cares for hospitalized patients under the supervision of the medical staff of the hospital

living in a particular place

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used of animals that do not migrate

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I must add that Peggy, like Jerry, was born at Meringe Lagoon, on Meringe Plantation, which is of the Island of Ysabel, said Ysabel Island lying next north of Florida Island, where is the seat of government and where dwells the Resident Commissioner, Mr.
On the arrival of this convoy, the resident partner at the rendezvous depends to set all his next year's machinery in motion.
"'A Russian nobleman who is now resident in England,' it runs, 'would be glad to avail himself of the professional assistance of Dr.
It must have been the case, then, that the man in the waiting-room had, for some unknown reason, while I was busy with the other, ascended to the room of my resident patient.
"Well, well," said the resident patient, in a nervous fashion, "of course it is hard to say that.
Such were the singular circumstances in connection with the Resident Patient and the Brook Street Doctor.
That was reserved exclusively for resident or corresponding members; no one else could possibly have obtained a place; and the city magnates, municipal councilors, and "select men" were compelled to mingle with the mere townspeople in order to catch stray bits of news from the interior.
The response was unani- mous and in thunder-tones--"NO!" "Will you succor and protect him as a brother-man--a resident of the old Bay State?" "YES!" shouted the whole mass, with an energy so startling, that the ruthless tyrants south of Mason and Dixon's line might almost have heard the mighty burst of feeling, and recognized it as the pledge of an invincible determination, on the part of those who gave it, never to betray him that wanders, but to hide the outcast, and firmly to abide the consequences.
Mitenka himself, returning tipsy from the town, used to hide there, and many of the residents at Otradnoe, hiding from Mitenka, knew of its protective qualities.)
He was going both to rest for a fortnight, and in the very heart of the people, in the farthest wilds of the country, to enjoy the sight of that uplifting of the spirit of the people, of which, like all residents in the capital and big towns, he was fully persuaded.
It is not necessary for the place of business to be owned or rented by the foreign resident; in certain cases, an office of another person (e.g., a subsidiary or unrelated customer of the foreign resident) may be treated as the foreign resident's place of business.
As a result, those who face end-of-life decisions and those who have to help counsel and assist them often have to muddle through bureaucratic rules that override the dignity and autonomy of the dying, while at the same time purporting to adhere to resident rights.
Subsequently, CMS altered its culture change parameters to include resident and staff satisfaction and reduced CNA turnover.
Similarly, in Canada, a spousal rollover allows a deferral of the income tax assessed at death if the property passes to a surviving spouse and both the decedent and the surviving spouse are Canadian residents. Spousal trusts also qualify for rollover under Canadian law if the trust is resident in Canada, created by the will of a Canadian resident decedent and required to distribute its income to the spouse.
This is Part I of a two-part series on resident aging in place within independent living communities.
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