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in residence

Appointed to live and work in a specific place, especially a college or university, for a certain length of time so as to be a source of inspiration, interest, and knowledge to others in the field. (Usually said of creative artists.) The university is so fortunate to have a writer in residence of your unmatched intellect and ability.
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take up residence

some place to make a residence of a place. Ed took up residence in a small efficiency apartment. It looks as if a family of mice has taken up residence in the cupboard.
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in residence

Committed to live and work in a certain place, often for a specific length of time. For example, He loved being the college's poet in residence. This expression, dating from the 1300s, originally referred to ecclesiastical clerics whose presence was required in a specific church. It was extended to other appointments in the mid-1800s.
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— in residence

a person with a specified occupation (especially an artist or writer) paid to work for a time in a college or other institution.
2002 Ashmolean Annual Report Artist in Residence, Sarah Mulhall , demonstrates print-making techniques.
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in ˈresidence

having an official position in a particular place such as a college or university: a writer/an artist/a musician in residence
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in residence

Committed to live and work in a specific place, often for a certain length of time: an artist in residence at a college.
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The diocese of Fredericton, which includes all of New Brunswick, calls its residence Bishop's Court.
CMC is planning residences in downtown Miami where the Miami River merges with Biscayne Bay, plus a $100 million condominium high-rise building in Coconut Grove.
Under a safe harbor, the primary reason for the sale or exchange is deemed to be a change in place of employment if a qualified individual's new place of employment is at least 50 miles farther from the residence sold or exchanged than was the former place of employment.
Based on what the detective learned from the anonymous tip and the DEA surveillance, he obtained a search warrant for the Gateses' residence and automobile.
These residences have an aggregate capacity of 120 residents.
High scores on this domain indicate that high levels of perceived resident activities are taking place within a residence.
W Hotel & Residences also offers an around-the-clock doorman and concierge service; a spacious W living room with bar; an on-site restaurant; a themed bar; a Bliss spa for ultimate relaxation; a convenient W Store; a business center for meetings or those working from home; a fitness center with steam room; housekeeping; and valet parking.
This method can only be applied to a personal residence, detached structures and wood decking.
121-3(c)(1) and (2), a sale or exchange by reason of a change in place of employment occurs when the taxpayer owns and uses the property as a principal residence and the qualified individual's (QI's) new place of employment is at least 50 miles farther from the residence sold or exchanged than was the former place of employment.
A mixed-use residence is one that is used partially for residential and business purposes.
Both Payton and Steagald focus on the legality of the entry into a residence as the basis for fourth amendment concerns, as distinct from the lawful authority to arrest the suspects, and make it clear that the legal authority to arrest a person does not, by itself, justify an intrusion into a private dwelling to do so.
Further, selling the house to move to Sydney is not within the safe harbor, because A had not been living in her principal residence when she moved to Sydney.
Chelsea Senior Living, LLC, which owns and manages eight assisted living residences in New York and New Jersey, has transformed two once-failing residences into successful luxury assisted living complexes in less than six months.
To be eligible, a taxpayer must have owned and occupied a home as his or her principal residence for periods totaling at least two of the previous five years.
And because this becomes even more pronounced on extended business trips, Residence Inn by Marriott, the nation's largest extended stay hotel chain, has produced the first cookbook written by and for travelers on the go.