A Clarence House spokesman said: "It is not unusual for an officer of Williams age and rank to live off
base for reasons of privacy.
On the 40th anniversary of his flight to the moon, Aldrin claims we would eventually be able to live off
the resources on Mars.
At vents, these bacteria live off
hydrogen sulfide in the hot plume.
Paul metropolitan area alone, as many as 33,000 American Indians live off
reservations, and a significant number of them have only tribal IDs.
This is a story about fish and fishing guides, the sea and the local people who live off
the ocean's harvest.
On the mid-ocean ridge you have sea water percolating through hot rocks and eventually this produces gasses which these life forms live off
The do-everything-wrong politicians - the nation's highest-paid - live off
of the do-nothing bureaucrats - the nation's highest-paid - and get elected with help from the nation's highest-paid municipal workers.
They live off
their investments and big losses force them to make hard, often detrimental, choices such as selling during a correction.
Analysts and the Securities and Exchange Commission say it is almost impossible to know how many investors live off
The student body consists of 180 women residential students, 10 women who live off
campus and 10 young men who commute from off campus.
A fit 38-year-old who competed in ultramarathons and was training for a 100-mile run, Jonathan Aujay studied how to live off
the land - eating bugs and plants - a survivalist who could stay alive in the wilderness where he was last seen.
I can live off
a couple of thousand dollars a month.
The villagers are farmers who live off
the land and make their own clothes, Pulsipher said.
Mitch Maddox legally changed his name to "DotComGuy" and moved into a bare house in Dallas, Texas where he set out to prove he could live off
the Internet for one year.
The school is focusing on classroom and lab computer access, because so many of its students live off
campus, Liu said.