reside with

reside with

1. To live with someone in the same building on a permanent or long-term basis. Due to the economy, college students are choosing to reside with their parents while they earn their degrees at a much higher rate than in previous years. My mother-in-law has been residing with us ever since my husband's father passed away last spring.
2. To be invested or endowed in someone or something solely or absolutely. The ability to hire or fire employees for this branch only resides with the general manager—no one else can make those decisions. The authority to make laws resides solely with congress, though the president retains the power to veto them.
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reside with

v.
1. To dwell in the same house or premises with someone permanently or for an extended period: My mother resides with us during the winter.
2. To be vested in something or someone, as a power or right: In the end, the final decision resides with my supervisor.
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16) This suggests that African-American female laborers exercised a degree of control over their employment experiences by refusing to reside with their employers when they began their own families.
The recorder and player no longer need to reside with the cameras.