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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of house.


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  • The mansion to which Nelson refers is the mountaintop studio in upper New York state, near Woodstock, where the label housed the band with producer Owen Morris (Oasis, the Verve ... and no relation to George) to begin production on the mini-album.

    Metro Times

  • I can see the argument that says that this should have gone to trial to determine if the university should have made special arrangements for the defendant to remain housed in a different dorm even if nobody else was in that dorm for the intersession period (reading between the lines, that seems to be the argument made by Nero, and partially accepted by the majority opinion).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » What Should Landlords Do If a Tenant Is Accused of a Violent Crime?

  • A diluted apple juice addiction that soothed them as soon as they gripped the handles As they got older, they moved on to the juice box -- six ounces of fruit-flavored heroin housed in a plastic coated box complete with precious straw.

    Wendy Sachs: Snack Food Nation: How Kids Are Conditioned to Snack

  • Sterns recovered, but found that the radiation had changed him from an ordinary human into a green-skinned, super-intelligent criminal with an oversized brain housed in a towering cranium.

    Who Will The Incredible Hulk Take On Next? «

  • Not so long ago, every law library worth the name housed numberless volumes of the various law reports, federal and provincial statutes, Now, the listservs are full of notices of freebies available for the cost of shipping.


  • The series, about a secret government facility in South Dakota where all mysterious relics and supernatural souvenirs are housed, is emblematic of the channel’s programming direction.

    April Fool's Comes Early: SyFy anyone?

  • Well, the overall story is becoming a little too reliant on plot coupons: the Horn of Valere and the cursed dagger in the second book, the dreaming ter'angreal and the sword housed in the Stone of Tear in this one.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Where the whole of the end of one member is let into the other, such a dado is also called a housed dado.

    Handwork in Wood

  • -- Fig. 286 is another form of dovetail -- commonly called a housed and mitred or rebated and mitred dovetail.

    Woodwork Joints How they are Set Out, How Made and Where Used.

  • The building where he was housed, which is six stories high, was lifted from its foundation and the roof caved in.

    Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror


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