Occupants

Some articles on occupants:

Seaforth Armoury - Occupants
... As well as being the home of the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada The Seaforth Armoury is home to the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada Regimental Museum and Archives, an official Canadian Forces Museum ... In addition the armoury also garrisons 2 Cadet units 72 (The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada) Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps 135 (Bell-Irving) Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron ...
TAT European Airlines - Incidents and Accidents - Non-fatal Incidents
... On 5 July 1979 a Fairchild F-27A (registration F-GBRS) with 18 occupants on board was damaged beyond repair in an incident that occurred on the ground at Paris Orly while the aircraft was stationary ... None of the aircraft's occupants were injured as a result of that incident ... There were no reported injuries among the aircraft's occupants ...
Energy Accounting Software - Engagement
... Another objective of Engagement is to connect occupants’ daily choices with building energy consumption ... By displaying real-time consumption information, occupants see the immediate impact of their actions ... can be used to promote energy conservation initiatives, offer advice to the occupants, or provide a forum for feedback on sustainability initiatives ...
Clifton Hall Tunnel
... Manchester, England which partly collapsed on 28 April 1953 killing five occupants of houses in Temple Drive, Swinton which had been built above the tunnel many ... The houses, (numbers 22 and 24) suddenly collapsed into the ground killing five occupants and the end wall of another (number 26) fell outwards though the occupants of this house were rescued ...
The Residency, Alice Springs - Occupants
... Victor Carrington occupied The Residency as the Assistant administrator (this position was abolished with the repealing of the North Australia Act, 1926 in 1931) and later as District Officer ... The Carrington family lived at the Residency from 1929 until 1942 ...

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    I weathered some merry snow-storms, and spent some cheerful winter evenings by my fireside, while the snow whirled wildly without, and even the hooting of the owl was hushed. For many weeks I met no one in my walks but those who came occasionally to cut wood and sled it to the village.... For human society I was obliged to conjure up the former occupants of these woods.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)