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- In one's place of residence
- At ease, comfortable
- In the home of one's parents.
- Available to receive visitors.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Prepared to receive callers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. on the home team's field
- n. a reception held in your own home
- adv. at, to, or toward the place where you reside
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Insauralde (born at Asunción; d. 1730), printed at Madrid in 1759-84 in two volumes, and which was very popular, gave directions concerning the performance of various acts at home and in church in a holy and meritorious manner.
As I remarked at a ceremony in 1981 commemorating the two-hundredth anniversary of our victory over the British at Yorktown, We have economic problems at home and we live in a troubled and violent world.
Jeremy Black, a professor of history at the University of Exeter, said the scandal was a welcome distraction for political parties that are struggling for answers to economic challenges at home and across Europe, and that broader concerns about a "coarsening of public life" and the salacious nature of large segments of British media coverage are not being addressed.
Inattention to problems at home had clear political costs, but so did inattention to problems abroad.
Post-quarantine, Neil stayed at home one full day to take refuge from reporters.
Transcendentals, people who score high on the transcendental-future time perspective, attend religious services and perform religious rituals at home more frequently than people who score lower on the scale.
It also led to a series of attacks, both in Costa Rica and at home in River Heights, that
But to father a son who will be half-alien, half-human—to be at home nowhere, and never knowing quite why … it would be a monstrous thing to do, not only to Biddy, but to the child.
Virginia was living at home at the time and attending State Normal College.
As John Dickinson wrote, Nothing is wanted at home but a PRECEDENT, the force of which shall be established by the tacit submission of the colonies. . .