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1. They established their permanent abode here.
2. Welcome to my humble abode.
3. They still dwelt in their old abode.
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5. He abode in Beijing almost all his life.
6. You are most welcome to my humble abode.
7. Welcome to our humble abode!
8. She abode at New York.
9. Lovejoy, of no fixed abode, was charged with murder.
10. The child abode with his grandparents for two years.
11. The child abode with his grandparents for three years before being returned to his home.
12. I had been invited to take up my abode at Government House.
13. He's of no fixed abode and we found him on the streets.
14. An 18-year-old man of no fixed abode appeared at Teesside magistrates court yesterday.
15. It was an abode of perfect blessedness.
16. Therefore a rabbit has no fixed abode.
17. Love and dignity cannot share the same abode. Ovid
18. It was in some contrast to Jansher's abode in nearby Peshawar, but Mehboob and his family were happy.
19. This would have allowed the right of abode to all citizens in any part of the country.
20. Both were said to be of no fixed abode, although they originate from the Old Swan district of Liverpool.
21. I was of no fixed abode, but I'd finished my time so they still let me go.
22. I went round the streets and found his new abode.
23. 30 per cent of psychiatric hospital beds are occupied by people of no fixed abode.
24. The island's citizens will not be given the right of abode in Britain when the new legislation comes into force.
25. The 1962 Commonwealth Immigrants Act changed this, and only those born in Britain were henceforth automatically given the right of abode.
26. Seventeen Joan settled happily into her new and temporary abode.
27. To think that a man of so many millions should visit our humble abode.
28. Consider too the vulnerability of the homeless person with no fixed abode.
29. The soul comes from without into the human body, as into a temporary abode, and it goes out of it anew it passes into other habitations, for the soul is immortal. Ralph Waldo Emerson
30. And the Cid should have gone with him, but he fell sick and perforce therefore abode at home.