- n. Plural of dwelling.
“Your points about the impermanence of our dwellings is excellent, too.”
“I find the clothes on the line to be less offensive than the idea that we may all be forced to live in dwellings similar to those in the photo in order to limit our carbon footprint.”
“In addition there are a number of families scattered over the city living in dwellings which militate against standards of health and morality.”
“But he goes further than this; he calls their dwellings the tabernacles of Ham.”
“The Rapson Greenbelt, an articulate series of prefab dwellings, is derived from a 1945 design called Case Study #4, which debuted back then as part of Arts & Architecture’s Case Study House Program.”
“In many instances little if any sunlight could get to the courts, and the atmosphere within the dwellings was always foul, owing largely to the saturated condition of the walls and ceilings, which for so many years had absorbed the exhalations of the occupants into their porous material.”
“On top of that, the environmental review board does take its job seriously and, even though the guidelines technically allow for large dwellings, that is only a result of each lot being very large.”
“TAYLOR: What we've been able to accomplish thus far is determine that four of the dwellings were the result of an arsonist.”
“The dwellings are the reverse of pompous, being all built of mud bricks.”
“In the Burman towns and villages the number of temples seem to exceed the number of dwellings, which is not unusual.”
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