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- n. A room, in a person's home, equipped as an office so that the person may work from home
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Narrative: On November 11, 1987, Ed Walters, a self-described prominent businessman and a happily married man with a son and daughter, was working in his home office in the early evening hours.
She went into her home office and this time selected, seemingly randomly, a section from Mary Baker Eddy’s classic Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
Although the home office for the Santee Line of river barges was located in Natchez, Trace had always worked out of the terminal in New Orleans.
But, luckily for some other innocent person in this world, she decided to put on her blinker, and she drove into the parking lot of Friendly’s ice cream home office and stopped the car next to a big yellow bus belonging to the Quaboag Valley YMCA.
In the course of the day I had premonitions of attending her medical school graduation in May, of buying a fixer-upper in Houston’s Rice Village with a large sun-porch and a home office in the attic.
Rhonda told me that she was led to go into her home office and select passages from Notes on the Course in Divinity, also called the Blue Book—a collection of teachings of Mary Baker Eddy, founder of Christian Science, as recorded by her students.