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Simply put, it’s the range where the most successful women in tennis reside.

A former Obama administration official, he resides with his husband in the Logan Circle neighborhood.

The number could actually be much higher because the “30,000 who have left the Republican Party reside in just a few states that report voter registration data, and information about voters switching between parties, on a weekly basis.”

In northwest Amazonia reside 20 or so tribes, or language groups, known collectively as the Tukanoans.

Laura Walsh resides in Ocean Beach and is the policy coordinator for the Surfrider Foundation’s San Diego County chapter.

The more than 50,000 who reside in West Point live mostly in shacks made of zinc with rusted tin roofs.

McCain said that ISIS held American-made Howitzer cannons had come within range of Erbil, where U.S. personnel reside.

The vehicles were approaching Erbil, the capital city of Iraqi Kurdistan, were many U.S. diplomatic and military personnel reside.

The Registry regularly produces tables of how many people officially reside in each settlement.

They reside in countries as diverse as Norway, Jordan, Honduras, Singapore, Denmark, and Brazil.

We will suppose a case for argument: In this city reside, two colored families, of three sons and three daughters each.

Yet sheep-folds imply that their Arab owners would occasionally reside near its ruins.

She was a niece of William Pitt, and abandoned civilized society to reside among Arabs, over whom she acquired great command.

Both deities are said to have continued to reside in these waters down to the present day.

I also give and bequeath to my beloved wife the dwelling-house and lot on which I now reside.


On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reside, such as: consist, dwell, endure, inhabit, lie, and locate.

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