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- n. house
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A house or mansion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A house.
- n. In law, the usual abbreviation of capias ad satisfaciendum. See capias.
Mi casa es tu casa» when I arrived the first day in Texas!
This casa is our sole home where we live full time year around.
Travis will probably have good information for you, but, if it were me and I was only bringing one vehicle loaded with stuff, I wouldn't bother with the cost of the menaje de casa from the Consulate.
The menaje de casa is available to Mexican citizens that can prove that they have lived abroad for two years.
“Have you an express law,” said the Milanese, “which obliges you to put young people scarcely out of their nurseries to such a horrible death, for having indiscreetly made game of the santa casa, which is contemptuously laughed at all over the world, except in the March of Ancona?”
He dwelt for a time in a private house there, still known as the casa di frate Elia, but in January, 1245, the people of Cortona, for whom he had obtained sundry privileges in the past, presented him with a piece of ground called the Bagno della Regina, and helped him to erect thereon the splendid church and convent dedicated to St. Francis.
"The only word the two had in common was 'casa' - the boy wanted to know how his house was.
"There!" cried Blue Bonnet, "behold the 'casa' of the Blue Bonnet ranch!"
He went on that day as usual pottering about the "casa" in his slippers, muttering angrily to himself his contempt of the non - political nature of the riot, and shrugging his shoulders.
He went on that day as usual pottering about the "casa" in his slippers, muttering angrily to himself his contempt of the non-political nature of the riot, and shrugging his shoulders.