where someone lives

where someone lives

in. at one’s core; in one’s own personal situation. That really hits you where you live, doesn’t it?
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Improving the environment where someone lives has a positive impact on their health, well-being and self-esteem.
While we understand the reason for what they did, we stand disappointed once again that the conforming loan limits provide regional discrimination depending on where someone lives,'' said Michael Faust, vice president and chairman of the governmental affairs committee for California Association of Mortgage Brokers.
The Department of Health has to grasp the nettle on this issue and ensure a consistent policy is applied no matter where someone lives.
He said: "Knowing where someone lives and where their kids go to school is a frighteningly powerful lever for blackmail.
According to Eastman, "Senior facilities started with a medical model; that model got reinvented as a place where someone lives.
They want the parlors positioned to minimize the distance to the nearest establishment, no matter where someone lives.
These statistics confirm that, regardless of where someone lives or what time it is, consumers would appreciate convenient, around the clock access to Siemens cordless products and information in one place," says Tanzillo.
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