Homes may refer to:
- the plural form of "home";
- an abbreviation of "homie".
HOMES may refer to:
- a mnemonic for remembering the names of five Great Lakes.
Other articles related to "homes, home":
... Mentmore Towers in Buckinghamshire, a huge neo-Renaissance stately home, sold in the 1970s Number 40, Piccadilly, in London ... He rented a home in Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh, during World War I Lansdowne House, in London, from the Marquess of Lansdowne ...
... Downing owns a home in Spain, but his main abode was Astbury Hall in Shropshire, England ... It is in a very secluded area so he can (as stated in a 2007 interview) "blast his Marshalls." Sarah Lissimore, his former girlfriend, mounted a legal challenge for half of Downing's Shropshire estate ...
... Floating homes line the east and west sides of Lake Union ... in Seattle, the character played by Tom Hanks lived on one of these homes ...
... In 2010 there was a 14% increase in the number of homes receiving a default notice between July and September ... In that year one in every 45 homes received a foreclosure filing and the problem has become more widespread with the increasing rates of unemployment ... are on track to repossess over 800,000 homes ...
... More than half of all homes (53%) were built before 1950, with a majority of those (45% of all homes) having been built prior to 1940 ... These numbers are about twice the rate of older homes in the rest of the state of Wisconsin ...
Famous quotes containing the word homes:
“Pharisaism, obtuseness and tyranny reign not only in the homes of merchants and in jails; I see it in science, in literature, and among youth. I consider any emblem or label a prejudice.... My holy of holies is the human body, health, intellect, talent, inspiration, love and the most absolute of freedoms, the freedom from force and falsity in whatever forms they might appear.”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)
“She is watching her country lose its evoked master shape watching
And gain get back its houses and peoples watching it bring up
Its local lights single homes lamps on barn roofs”
—James Dickey (b. 1923)