in the house

in the house

Present before an audience. Used as an announcement, especially to generate excitement. We've got DJ Kaleem in the house, ready to throw down some sick beats for y'all!
See also: house
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Goran Adamovski, provoked by the several break-ins in the house of leader of party United for Macedonia Ljube Boskoski, comments for Utrinski vesnik that there are many coincidences in these break-ins.
Police said they responded and found Ryan Gibree, 19, of 318 Clemence Hill Road, Southbridge, in the house.
"It is important to highlight that homeowners should lock their front doors even when they are in the house.
Since William's arrest, none of the family have been allowed to work due to their immigration status and visa violations, and as a consequence, they could not afford to remain in the house they had rented since first arriving in Kentucky in 1995.
(15.) The original version of the Administration's proposal was introduced in the House on June 24, 2002.
The Labour backbencher said: "Having a car broken into or finding burglars in the house is what people tell me they are most frightened of.
He kicked, maced, and assaulted an NBC television cameraman, whom the attorney general's intelligence had told her would be in the house, and destroyed his opportunity to film the raid.
The Chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration is opposed to the exemption, and no action is expected in the House version of the bill.
According to him, removing the AP photographer when he was already in the house "would have been even greater police-state measures.
According to Sanders, Zumbado encountered INS agents already in the house when he entered.
The Republicans in the House and in the Senate have succeeded in persuading the American people that the budget deficit is growing so fast that it is going to overwhelm our children and our grandchildren.
That man was later sentenced to 18 months in the House of Correction.
Then, in April, it ordered Republican leaders in the House to bring up Sensenbrenner's bill for a second vote--this time with an amendment granting amnesty to hundreds of thousands of illegal (mostly Mexican) immigrants.
"No one, but no one, who was born in America forty or fifty or sixty years ago and who grew up and came through what I came through, who witnessed the changes I witnessed, can possibly say that America is not a far better place than it was." In the House, he has basically stayed the liberal course, opposing the gulf war and supporting the Clintonian position of "mend it, don't end it" on affirmative action.
Hougan stumbled across the key in the FBI archives and soon proclaimed it "quite literally, the key to the breakin." But, strangely enough, it never surfaced during the Ervin Committee hearings in the Senate or in the House Judiciary Committee deliberations; indeed, nobody I know had ever heard of it before Hougan's book.