dwelling dwelling  /d ˈwɛ lɪŋ/

Definition(s):

  • (n) housing that someone is living in

Usage(s):

  1. During those years, Krawcheck earned Weill's ireand respect when she was later proved correctby dwelling on the pitfalls of Weill's acquisition of Salomon.
  2. Nothing is more adored by cubicle-dwelling Gen-Xers than geek kitsch.
  3. The Department of Commerce said that nearly 860,000 new dwelling units would be started this year, up more than 100,000 over predictions earlier.

News

  1. Soquel Creek Water District charges for Capitola granny unit under scrutiny

    SOQUEL -- In Soquel, Capitola and Aptos, a property owner who creates a granny unit is expected to pay for an individual water meter and pay fees of $12,000, slated to go up to $16,000 in July. But Kym DeWitt, elected Capitola treasurer in November, challenged the meter requirement for an accessory dwelling unit in Capitola and sought a variance from the Soquel Creek Water District.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel

  2. The longtime owners of the house where Francis Ouimet was raised appreciate their shrine

    The owners of the dwelling where Francis Ouimet was raised appreciate their shrine.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Golf Magazine

  3. Board approves dwelling conversion

    The New Castle Zoning Hearing Board of Appeals has granted a special exception for a two-family dwelling. Michael Ann Lewis was granted the appeal for the property at 300 Rhodes Place. The house is currently a single-family dwelling.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: New Castle News

Quotes

  • "There are a large number of investors who buy small-to-medium-sized lots or an older apartment building," Dr Flegg said. "Much of the lower cost rental properties will increasingly be in multi-dwelling situations ...... this rise will add to...
    on Jul 3, 2008 By: Bruce Flegg Source: Wingham Chronicle

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