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dwelling

A place of habitation.

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I believe the question to be explored now, is: do we, as architects understand what is required of us in both the measurable and the seen and in the immeasurable and the unseen, as we work to create the intricate dwelling places for the soul?
In the longer "recover and rebuild" term, only those who sustained major damage to their dwelling places are more likely to identify government as the most important source of aid, and the probability is 16% (in the [Y.
The motion also suggested that the council should use the only grounds available to it under the current guidance (aesthetic reasons) to reject any future applications for base stations close to schools, hospitals and dwelling places until new interim guidance is available.
Beyond is a cloistered court around which were the shops and dwelling places for traders.
Little Black Ant on Park Street" traces the underground dwelling places of the little black ant colony and shows the worker ants organizing to transport and deliver food (parts of a large dead caterpillar) to the whole colony.
This is the power of our dwelling places, our public buildings, our towns and cities, and the art and artfulness they contain.
He said that the number of displaced families that had returned to their original dwelling places has reached 1800, adding there are about 9500 officially registered families that had been forced to leave their homes in hot spots in Baghdad, Diala, Ninewa and Babel.
Lootah attested to the growing desire among residential communities not only for commodities and services, but for convenience-led retail options driven by a changing perception of residential communities not only as dwelling places but as complete lifestyle offerings.
Last year the family in the area was able to drive out the Israeli settlers who came in the middle of the night to damage the dwelling places.