Though her nephew had had no particular reason to hasten back on her account, she had not lived above
sixandthirty hours after his return.
Heathcliff lived above
a dozen years after quitting her husband.
He knew that to pry about and look at rooms, and make people open windows, and poke into sofas with his cane, and gossip with landladies, and ask who lived above
and who below--he knew that this was of all pastimes the dearest to Tristram's heart, and he felt the more disposed to put it in his way as he was conscious that, as regards his obliging friend, he had suffered the warmth of ancient good-fellowship somewhat to abate.
As an American resident before, he should have lived above
this rascality he showed.'
My aunt Hannah's family lived above
Garbutt's shop, moving in 1939 from number 111, which still stands to this day.
The 55-year-old mum-of-two, whose husband Frank is the general manager of the bar, has lived above
pubs for 28 years but says she has never been as scared as she is now.
Rita lived above
a supermarket in Splott Road with her mother, and she said: "The shop we lived above
had a cellar that was often infested with rats, mice and beetles."
David Earnshaw, 41, lived above
this pub in Dyserth |
David Palmer, prosecuting, said Ray Whitehouse, who lived above
Stirling, had a carer, used a wheelchair and a hearing aid.
of sun and fields grained into a lake that lived above
Carpetright chief Lord Harris, whose store in Tottenham, north London, was burnt down on the first night of rioting which swept English cities, gave the money to families who lived above
the shop and were forced to flee the flames.
Friends believed that the dead included the barman, Ryan Richner, who lived above
McMahon's pub, his girlfriend, her children and one of her relatives who was visiting the couple.
Mr and Mrs Qxue, who ran the Timboo Chinese and Cantonese Takeaway and are believed to have lived above
the business in Bramley, Leeds, were reported missing by friends over the weekend.
The gardens are described as "a rare survival of Victorian gardens once used by townsfolk who lived above
their business and wanted to escape from the crowded town centre of Warwick".
Judge John Rogers QC originally agreed to bail him on condition that he lived above
his business premises in Penycae, did not enter Brymbo, and did not approach the complainants.