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OSSE told her that the school had given her old address in Alexandria as her residence.
Most limit indoor gatherings to 10 people, while others specify that those 10 can’t come from more than two households—so you’ll need to check with your state of residence.
Several sources told FBK that Putin takes “select” guests including world leaders to the palace for the “real fun”, after meetings in his official residence in Sochi, which the independent investigative news site Proekt has confirmed, says Pevchikh.
The New York Association for the Aging has deployed some of its local offices’ staffers to take digital tablets to seniors residences to help sign them up for appointments.
Some opened up residence halls more broadly and taught mostly in person.
Unruly American soldiers plundered the city and set fire to the parliament building and the governor’s residence, before abandoning York two weeks later.
Messages left at a residence he owns in Nevada were not immediately returned, and there was no answer Sunday evening at a Watergate apartment listed in his name.
He led Tesla’s self-driving technology team until mid-2019 and was an executive-in-residence at venture capital firm Greylock Partners until July, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Home-related categories, which have been outperforming throughout the pandemic as consumers splurge on their residences, saw the strongest growth.
Then-Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt traveled to Honolulu to join top Hawaii political leaders at Washington Place, the governor’s residence, to tout more than 900 acres pegged for transfer to the trust.
THE GOVERNMENT PROMISED TO RETURN ANCESTRAL HAWAIIAN LAND, THEN NEVER FINISHED THE JOBBY ROB PEREZ, HONOLULU STAR-ADVERTISER, AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICADECEMBER 19, 2020PROPUBLICA

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perdureverb (used without object) | [per-door, -dyoor ]SEE DEFINITION
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