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  1. Residing

    of Reside

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  1. desiring

  2. ringside

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of residing in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of residing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of residing in a Sentence

  1. Madison Kohout:

    They are equal opportunity housing, meaning they do not discriminate based on age. However, it is designed for senior citizens, as that is the primary age group residing here, i am the only teenager in sight.

  2. Marcela Natiello:

    TB primarily affects the most vulnerable populations, with low economic resources, residing in poor, badly ventilated and overcrowded environments.

  3. John DeMarco:

    As of right now, we have very little information, not any more information than I alluded to in court, there’s these two charges that allege possession of contraband that appears to be cocaine and an allegation that there was a firearm inside the home that was not registered to anybody that they believed to be residing in the home.

  4. David Katz:

    Hypoxia is a plausible linking causal factor, and has been demonstrated in infants residing at high altitude.

  5. Negeri Lencho:

    It's a sad story because the government has been trying to resettle the people residing in the area.

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