domiciliary domiciliary

Definition(s):

  • (adj) of or relating to or provided in a domicile

Usage(s):

  1. Let us build the greatly needed domiciliary homes for our disabled war veterans, and provide them with larger pensions that will come nearer to meeting their real needs.
  2. The answer is not a return to domiciliary care of normal parturients.
  3. So now, Howard knows that for domiciliary purposes he must also prove that Anna intended to stay in the Bahamas rather than back in the states.

News

  • Program for homeless vets celebrates 25 years

    Bad choices, bad luck and a disease called addiction send veterans of the U.S. military to take up residence in the homeless domiciliary, affectionately know as “the Dom,” at the Lovell Federal Health Care Center in North Chicago. But there’s one other reason they come to the handsome, red-brick Building 66 nestled in the bustling FHCC campus off Green Bay Road, and that’s hope. “I sat myself ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Lake County News-Sun

Quotes

  1. "This amount could easily be raised by closing the tax loopholes of the super-rich," TUC chief Brendan Barber told reporters in Brighton on the eve of an annual union summit. "Ending the widespread abuse of the non-domiciliary tax break...
    on Sep 9, 2007 By: Brendan Barber Source: Reuters UK

  2. The State Taxation of Pension Income Act of 1995, signed into law by then-President Bill Clinton, says, "No State may impose an income tax on any retirement income of an individual who is not a resident or domiciliary of such State."
    on Oct 4, 2004 By: Bill Clinton Source: Providence Journal

  3. "Real estate and where we elect to live - our domiciles and domiciliary decisions - stand for us as one of the most permanent things that we do," Mr. Ford says. "To shelter people, to provide that sense of permanence in their lives, as Frank...
    on Mar 21, 2007 By: Richard Ford Source: Dallas Morning News (registration)

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