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in ha buh tuhnt

  • n  a person who inhabits a particular place

  • Though Kennedy's legal voting residence is still in Massachusetts, that would not bar him from running from New York, since he would merely be required to be an inhabitant of the .
  • Among the Icelanders he finds considerable good nature and a general sanity too unmitigated to be of much current use to a loyal inhabitant of contemporary Europe.
  • It appears, for example, that almost every inhabitant of the Irish village of Baltimore was carried off in 1631.

  • Rick Warren in MSNBC
    Warren added, "The Bible admonishes us to pray for our leaders. I am honored by this opportunity to pray God's blessing on the office of the President and its current and future inhabitant, asking the Lord to provide wisdom to America's leaders...
  • Fidel Castro in International Herald Tribune
    Apparently referring to Cuba's population of more than 11 million, Castro wrote that "one hundred million dollars means only nine dollars per inhabitant and we need much more."
  • Janez Jansa in EUbusiness (press release)
    At this pace of development, by 2012 we could reach Italy's (average GDP in terms of purchasing power standard per inhabitant) and three years later, the EU's average on all criteria, including salaries and pensions,Jansa said at a ceremony...

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