• (noun): Someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there.
    Synonyms: resident, occupier

Some articles on occupant:

Flawless (Go To The City) - Music Video
... As the occupant freshens up and dresses himself, and as the song builds up to its main dance beat, several people of various ethnic groups also enter the room ... After this exchange, a hotel employee comes by the door with room service as the occupant is still dressing himself ... The employee dances briefly as the occupant turns away to grab a pen to sign for the meal ...
The Sea Came In At Midnight - Plot
... drop-out, answers a sexual ad written by a man who calls himself the Occupant ... language of the ad, it is clear that the Occupant is looking for a sexual slave, yet Kristin accepts the pact and goes to live in his house in Los Angeles ... The Occupant's job is unclear he defines himself as an apocalyptologist, and is busy drawing a calendar on the walls of his bedroom, on which he maps all the ...
... of all illegitimate acts that an occupant may have performed on a given territory after its recapture by the legitimate sovereign ... Therefore, if the occupant has appropriated and sold public or private property that may not legitimately be appropriated by a military occupant, the original ... concept, or a term generally describing the consequences to legal acts of an occupant after the termination of occupation ...
Smart Cars - Safety
... The new Smart Fortwo has been awarded 4 out of 5 stars in the Euro NCAP Adult Occupant Protection and 2 out of 4 stars in the Pedestrian protection test, but was not tested for Child Occupant Protection as it has ... Smart was awarded 3 out of 5 stars for Adult Occupant Protection ...
Mercedes-Benz CLC-Class - W204 (2007–present) - Safety - Euro NCAP
... Euro NCAP (pre-2009 testing) EuroNCAP adult occupant Child occupant Pedestrian Euro NCAP (post-2009 testing) Adult occupant 82% Child occupant 70% Pedestrian 30% ...

Famous quotes containing the word occupant:

    Called on one occasion to a homestead cabin whose occupant had been found frozen to death, Coroner Harvey opened the door, glanced in, and instantly pronounced his verdict, “Deader ‘n hell!”
    —For the State of Nebraska, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)