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A place of habitation.

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Some victims say they and their kids are now homeless and in dire need of dwelling places. They narrate that they are now sleeping in open places in Gbarnga due to the disaster.
Throughout Four Quartets Eliot traces his personal coming-to-terms with his historically situated finitude, by acknowledging these places as "dwelling places," as homes, which through ancestral and personal association form a significant part of his own identity.
"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.
He also appealed the President to look into the plight of Muslims who were returning to their dwelling places in Jaffna and elsewhere.
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.
The two young men sleeping inside were able to escape with their lives but the local community is not certain the area is safe.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. This time the attackers saw more success.Volunteers from Machsom Watch, an Israeli group that monitors the behavior of soldiers at checkpoints in the West Bank, were on the scene early Monday.Several other human rights groups and non-governmental organizations are involved in Susiya, a West Bank town that is surviving with the help of donors.
Figure 2 provides summary statistics on the respondents' pre-Katrina dwelling places. The survey households are predominantly single-family detached houses with three or fewer members, which is again consistent with U.S.
Postcolonial haunting, as O'Riley (Francophone and comparative literature, The Colorado College) uses the term, is about ways of looking at dwelling places from the perspective of the ghost of colonialism, and is exemplified in the recent writings of Algerian novelist Assia Djebar, which point to how the specters of colonial history "establish memorial cults where the image of the martyr and the victim conditions actions and responses that preclude dialogue between Western and Arab spheres." This argument is supported and expanded upon through readings of Ces Voix que m'assiegent: en marge de ma francophonie, La femme sans sepulture, La Disparition de la langue francaise, and La Nuits de Strasbourg.
Precautionary principles for the siting of base stations near to schools, hospitals and dwelling places are adopted and urgent interim planning guidance issued;
"The verse I have chosen is about dwelling places and cities.
Before the Revolutionary War, other dwelling places also rose along Pearl and Water Streets.