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  • v. Present participle of ouse.

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Examples

  • The southern tier of the U.S. includes states wracked by the h ousing crisis, like Arizona, Florida, California and Nevada.

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  • While the capital is filled with shelled ruins, the best of its h ousing stock includes colonnaded multistory buildings and historic villas.

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  • And the mill beneath the stacks was a mausoleum of fiberglass hands and silicon palates, ousing the typical urban scavangers - rats, pigeons, cockroaches, and, of late, a pack of nomadic bikers known as he Abominations.

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  • There are also continuing improvements in h ousing, health and education.

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  • Times says Elkhart "symbolizes the failure of federal efforts to turn around the housing slump at the heart of the economic crisis" and that "[h] ousing in this community has become almost entirely dependent on a string of federal support programs."

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  • [H] ousing prices should keep falling back to their mid-1990s level when the median home price was $130,000.

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  • Peru's Defense Minister, Antero Flores Araoz, acknowledged last May (after a similar incident) that it is possible that "minors who have no documents enroll the Army by giving false information about their age," as a way to get "ousing, clothes and free food."

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  • Refinance2ndmortgage Hu License Printable Article www. tarkinvestor.ee:: Vaata teemat - USA presidendivalimised, 4. november 2008 Hu License Printable Article ousing giants, a plan backed by Republican_ohn McCain. z With otected.

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  • Esplanade between you, and you see even that at a bob an hour ain't no great shakes when you come to pay for 'ousing her and keepin' her lookin 'spic and span, with all her brass knobs a shining and her leather apron fresh polished with patent carriage blackin': and Lor,

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, October 17, 1891

  • I WAS using the Big-A thingie (I refuse to have those squeakers 'full name next to mine anymore in cyberspace, then I quit ousing them on my own accord because they are just too big and all-powerful, and NOW, I am REALLY CONVERTED ... to Powell's first becuase they answered my plea first and soon to BookSense!!!!

    Scaring me

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