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- noun Occupancy.
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- noun The condition of
inhabitingor of being inhabited; occupancy
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- noun the act of dwelling in or living permanently in a place (said of both animals and men)
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This has been done on numerous occasions in the past by the Senate with regard to appointments by governors, and does NOT involve judging "qualifications" (age, citizenship, and inhabitancy) which was limited in Powell v. McCormack.
I think not, he does not meet the inhabitancy requirements for that position.
It has already been said that the average rate of inhabitancy is six persons per house in the State of Massachusetts, but the presence of the
With regard to inhabitancy, the average number of persons living in one house in
French in Holyoke actually doubles the inhabitancy of the whole town, with what effect upon their own special quarter may easily be imagined.
A new aspect of inter-planetary inhabitancy or occupancy --
Page 165 inhabitancy was not even a very important phase in the world's history, perhaps; a scant score or so of centuries ago there had been no life on earth, and presently the planet would be a silent naked frozen clod.
This statute, therefore, rendered it almost impracticable for a poor man to gain a new settlement in the old way, by forty days inhabitancy.
Those who crossed into Kansas after the governor's proclamation and endeavored to continue actual inhabitancy, were with difficulty distinguished from those who now crossed for the first time, under a similar pretext.
She will smooth the rough places all along his journey of life, and when he has come down to the end, it is she that will bear him across the valley and welcome him to the home prepared for his eternal inhabitancy.