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in residence

Appointed to live and work in a specific place, especially a college or university, for a certain length of time so as to be a source of inspiration, interest, and knowledge to others in the field. (Usually said of creative artists.) The university is so fortunate to have a writer in residence of your unmatched intellect and ability.
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take up residence in (some place)

To settle into some location or lodging and make it one's home. I took up residence in San Francisco after getting a job with a local tech company. Termites have taken up residence in the walls of the house, so we'll need to have some serious repair work done. I heard his dad left the house and is taking up residence in a nearby hotel.
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take up residence

some place to make a residence of a place. Ed took up residence in a small efficiency apartment. It looks as if a family of mice has taken up residence in the cupboard.
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in residence

Committed to live and work in a certain place, often for a specific length of time. For example, He loved being the college's poet in residence. This expression, dating from the 1300s, originally referred to ecclesiastical clerics whose presence was required in a specific church. It was extended to other appointments in the mid-1800s.
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— in residence

a person with a specified occupation (especially an artist or writer) paid to work for a time in a college or other institution.
2002 Ashmolean Annual Report Artist in Residence, Sarah Mulhall , demonstrates print-making techniques.
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in ˈresidence

having an official position in a particular place such as a college or university: a writer/an artist/a musician in residence
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in residence

Committed to live and work in a specific place, often for a certain length of time: an artist in residence at a college.
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The prime minister retreats to this secondary residence to relax (and maybe go for a swim).
It unsuccessfully argued that the residence was first sold to the employer, then sold by the employer to the third-party purchaser.
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121-3(c)(1) and (2), a sale or exchange by reason of a change in place of employment occurs when the taxpayer owns and uses the property as a principal residence and the qualified individual's (QI's) new place of employment is at least 50 miles farther from the residence sold or exchanged than was the former place of employment.
It has served as the official residence of the bishop of Montreal for the last 40 years.
The concept is open space with floor to ceiling glass exposures, tall ceilings and deep balconies for residences and an Asian pool and spa on the roof," said Jeff Mort, a principal of Urbana Development.
A "qualified individual" is the taxpayer, the taxpayer's spouse, a co-owner of the residence or a person whose principal abode is in the same household as the taxpayer.
Finally, with regard to sums of money in the possession of drug traffickers, Agent Dumas stated that in his experience it was common for those involved in the illegal trafficking/furnishing of scheduled drugs to possess and keep with them, near them, and/or at their residences, sums of money.
The surveys with a brief explanatory letter attached were disseminated to residences, and each resident manager asked staff present during one regularly scheduled staff meeting to complete a survey anonymously.
W Hotel & Residences provides the same comfort, convenience, and spectacular views as pricier Manhattan homes," says Jacqueline Urgo, executive vice president of The Marketing Directors.
The procedure provides three safe-harbor methods that permit individuals to calculate the decrease in FMV of their personal residences and one safe-harbor method that allows individuals to calculate the decrease in FMV of their personal belongings.
The court noted it must consider the other factors in the regulations together with the time the couple spent at the residences to determine the Guinans' principal residence, although usage probably was the most important factor.