- n. housing available for people to live in
“Erissida and her mother were asleep in the hayloft in the roof, having ceded the living quarters on the ground floor to us.”
““Persons of the Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters,” which appeared in the 1990 census, has been replaced by two categories: “Housemate/Roommate,” who shares living quarters “primarily to share expenses,” and the new “Unmarried Partner.””
“The commanders tent, known as the praetorium, served both as his living quarters and the armys headquarters.”
“American homes and barracks can be kept comfortably warm year-round because soldiers living on-post get free electricity and heat, while civilians living off post are reimbursed for rent and utility costs through the overseas living quarters allowance.”
“You might find a four-hundred-pound cow or a flock of chickens in your living quarters after opening the door for some “fresh country air.””
“The encrustation of sheds, stores, armouries and cramped living quarters all round the wall within consisted mainly of timber.”
“ In the mean time, even for the Henryk, the extra men and Big People meant a lot work to convert cargo space into living quarters and stables.”
“The doorstep was hardly large enough to accommodate a size-twelve shoe, and when Qwilleran unlocked the giant domino, he stepped into the smallest living quarters he had experienced since an army tent.”
“Himself, who had effected the transfer, had pronounced the roof upkeep and the heating bills too much for even the Kinloch coffers, and had negotiated a retreat to a smaller snugger home in what had once been the kitchen wing with living quarters for a retinue of dozens.”
“During the last year a few artists and would-be artists had illegally established living quarters in industrial lofts, trying to create SoHo West.”
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