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At the period when he flourished as an accredited historian, the occupancy of Ireland had passed into new hands.
The right of occupancy exists as to things derelict or abandoned by their owners.
There was no sign of occupancy and I felt depressed because it was all over.
Frank remembered it as a drear-looking, lonesome place during the occupancy of the former incumbent.
KATRINEELINOR MACARTNEY LANE
Another winter was now advancing, and the house in the city was ready for occupancy.
RICH ENOUGHHANNAH FARNHAM SAWYER LEE
We found enough of the effects of each in his state-room to settle the question of his occupancy of the room.
UP THE RIVEROLIVER OPTIC
A stranger would not have suspected any occupancy of the house.
Most of the rooms were furnished, as if in readiness for occupancy.
ADDED UPONNEPHI ANDERSON
Juarez is the only President of Mexico who has died in the occupancy of his office!
MEXICOCHARLES REGINALD ENOCK
First occupancy and possession are the more decisive factors.
DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICEJOHN A. (JOHN AUGUSTINE) RYAN

WORDS RELATED TO OCCUPANCY

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