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residential

Pertaining to housing. Many tax laws and consumer protection statutes turn on whether a property is residential or not.

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In zip codes that were residentially stable and relatively low income, participants who had a narrow, deep friendship strategy reported greater well-being than those who had a broad, shallow friendship strategy.
Residentially, Al Ghadeer was comprised of apartments, townhouses
Continuing increases in Over the Top video consumption are driving the need for an ever-expanding supply of bandwidth, both residentially as well as for business customers.
However, as with many countries in the region corruption is a major issue and if one plans of letting residentially finding a good and trustworthy letting agent to handle the affairs.
He said: "Residentially, where we live near the town centre, Iwouldn't see any problem if they switched it off for a limited number of hours at night.
"Recently they have benefited not only from the drop in values but also from exchange rates and so we have seen them continue to invest both commercially and residentially."Aa
Although vermicomposting has become somewhat common residentially, especially in an eco-friendly town like Eugene, that's not the case commercially, said Rodney Bloom, a composting specialist with Oregon State University's Lane County Extension Service, who's been helping Barrett with the project.
We can't afford to wait for every neighborhood in America to desegregate residentially, because racial and socioeconomic isolation are restricting children's opportunities right now.
Residentially, the demand has not been nearly as great, partly because at this point, from a millwork standpoint, there is a premium for it.
The addition and renovation project at Provena Saint Joseph Hospital in Elgin, Illinois, consists of a new four-story patient tower that houses 99 residentially appointed all-private medical/surgical beds.
My column focused on high-rise mostly because I felt that folks were not aware of the inroads ICFs were making in that sector, not because I didn't think they worked residentially.
Many products designed to open clogged plumbing drains are available residentially and are marketed to the public in the form of concentrated caustics, i.e., either strong bases or acids.

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