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reside in

1. To live in some place as one's permanent or long-term home. Squatters residing in the abandoned hotel are being forced out by police. The disgraced politician has been residing in Sweden for the past ten years.
2. To be an inherent trait or property of someone or something. The power to change the world resides in all of us—we just have to have the determination and motivation to do so. The greatest intellectual minds of our entire generation reside in this country. The power to hire or fire employees for this branch only resides in the general manager—no one else can make those decisions.
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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 in

some place to dwell in some place. I reside in a small apartment in the center of town. The Wilsons resided in a large house on a hill.
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reside in someone or something

to be a property or characteristic of someone or something. I never knew such anger could reside in such a calm person. The finest acoustics that can be found in the world reside in this hall.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

reside in

v.
1. To dwell in some place permanently or for an extended period; live in some place: I resided in Chicago during the 1990s.
2. To be inherent in something or someone; exist in something or someone: These teaching methods will unleash the enormous potential that resides in these children.
3. To be vested in something or someone, as a power or right: By the authority that resides in me, I now pronounce you husband and wife.
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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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The American Heritage® Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs. Copyright © 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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Joseph Bench, born December 21, 1891 at Warwick, resided at 26 Station Street East, Foleshill, Coventry, served with the 1st Bn Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in France on April 11, 1917.
Thomas Bench, born June 27, 1880 at Warwick, resided at Warwick, worked as a decorator, enlisted with the 2nd/8th Bn Worcestershire Regiment in 1917, killed in action in France, November 15, 1917, buried in Browns Copse Cemetery, Roeux.
Susan Reed, a washerwoman who resided on East 28th Street with her elderly mother and her two children, tried to protect her family from the violence.
In 1860, four African-American nurses resided at the Colored Orphan Asylum located in Ward 19.
The second unlinked cluster member was a 55-year-old woman (patient 39, Figure) who was employed at the county Q jail; she resided in a different community.
All but one of the members of this large group are African-Americans; they resided either in neighborhood X or in village Z.
A similar issue has been addressed by courts under circumstances where the insured never resided in the property, either because it was a rental property at policy inception or because it was simply unoccupied at policy inception.
After this cluster was discovered, epidemiologic investigations demonstrated that 12 of the patients resided in the two geographically contiguous counties, and 10 additional epidemiologic links were established among patients in the 15-member cluster (Figure 2).
Sigurdsson's team suggests that the planet initially resided at the outskirts of M4 and probably formed much closer than it is now to its parent star.
733 (1988)), all Spanish subjects who resided in Puerto Rico on April 11, 1899, and continued to reside there through April 12, 1900, and their children born subsequent thereto, who did not file a declaration of Spanish allegiance prior to April 11, 1900, were deemed to be citizens of Puerto Rico.
Kavelaars suggests that soon after Uranus formed, two chunks of debris that resided near the planet collided and broke into fragments.
* Community property: If D and K resided in a community property state, K's new basis in the residence would be $300,000.
Even if the galaxy resided slightly farther away than Tonry calculates--up to 16 billion light-years--it might still have smashed into Andromeda, McCall maintains.
Example 2: A is a Canadian citizen who worked and resided in the United States.
Some theorists have suggested that Earth's water originally resided inside the planet and gradually escaped onto the surface through volcanic eruptions.