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noun as in residence of place

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He notes that their building occupancies have bounced back to pre-pandemic numbers.

From Ozy

After Montreal reopened, in the summer, occupancy rates for Silofit facilities were still below pre-pandemic levels.

From Fortune

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center had an occupancy at 112 percent of its capacity.

From Vox

Most of California is now under strict stay-at-home orders, for example, while states including Nevada, Maryland and Pennsylvania have issued new indoor occupancy limits.

Limiting occupancy is especially important in lower-income neighborhoods, the researchers found.

In 2012 the so-called Bedroom Tax was passed, an under-occupancy penalty that disproportionately hits low-income families.

The food is such a big draw, night club occupancy rules apply: One in, one out.

Since then, it has rarely broken an occupancy rate of 10 percent amidst protracted political chaos.

He is being checked on hourly in his single-occupancy, 64-square-foot cell.

The 80-year-old building has a far lower occupancy rate than competitors in Midtown (78 percent versus 90 percent).

The lease of a private residence is not a warranty that it is reasonably fit for occupancy.

He was, in fact, searching for signs of its occupancy by another than Shiel Crozier—tokens of a woman's presence.

Corydon would pass through the rooms, suffering all the horrors which she might have suffered in years of occupancy of them.

At that time the first threads of the white man's occupancy were just beginning to cross the midway deserts.

In October the new mission house was ready for occupancy and we gladly made the transfer to this permanent home.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to occupancy, such as: ownership, control, deed, habitation, holding, and inhabitancy.

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