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Occupant

A person or company that lives or maintains an office in a designated building or portion thereof. For example, one who rents a house may become the occupant on the first day of the lease.
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During the trial, the court heard how the accuser became angry at Blackman after she discovered he had a "tally mark" on his tent indicating the number of women he had slept with at the Occupy St Paul's campsite.
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Knowlton - a proponent of comprehensive health care reform - said he's been somewhat involved with Occupy Eugene from the start.
Until Occupy expresses a candid willingness to vigorously attack racism circulating within itself, it will simply try to cosmetically change the world while preserving inside the very privilege it militates against outside the movement.
Clark student Bill Kutz, an Eagle Scout who serves on the campus EMT squad, planned to conduct a winter camping workshop for those involved with Occupy Clark.
Like Occupy Wall Street, the Austin group wants the federal government to reduce the income disparity between the richest Americans and everyone else.
Removing Occupy demonstrators from Zuccotti Park or from any other city in our country won't stop the movement that is growing every day, to get corporate money out of politics, to create good jobs in the U.
Despite publicly acknowledging the Occupy movement as peaceful series of protests, law enforcement and security firms repeatedly classify the demonstrations as a homegrown terrorist threat.
com), a new media channel for millions of users to engage with the Occupy movement.
According to local media, the march was "in solidarity with Occupy Oakland and against corruption.
Occupy Eugene has become a game-changing event, as it's brought forward the issues facing people in this community.
Capsicum Group, LLC, a management and technology-consulting firm, has signed a long-term lease agreement to occupy approximately 1,800 square feet of space.