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Some articles on reside:

Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge - Bats
... The bats reside beneath the road deck in gaps between the concrete component structures ... According to Bat Conservation International, between 750,000 and 1.5 million bats reside underneath the bridge each summer ... and rapper Aesop Rock was inspired by the immense number of bats that reside under the bridge ...
Ahlawat - Society - Uttar Pradesh
... Other communities of Ahlawats reside near Chandpur, Nagina and Najibabad in Bijnor, Abul fazalpur, Vivek Ahlawat and Haibatpur near Kiratpur, and Bhikanpur, Moradabad post Chhazlett ... More than 600 Ahlawat families reside in Daurala ... Behsuma (Meerut) is also a town where Ahlawats reside ...
JZ Moyo High School - Academics
... Form four to upper six boys reside in a hostel called Sheraton whilst form one to three boys reside in old buildings usually called emabharakeni (the barracks) ... Girls reside in the eBhalagwe, whose name is taken from the area where the notorious Zimbabwean Fifth Brigade used to jail civilians during the gukurahundi disturbances ...
Minnesota State Academy For The Deaf - Residency
... It has two dormitories where students reside throughout the week ... within 20 miles of the campus are called "day students." Frechette Hall is where the boys reside and Tate Hall is where the girls reside ...
Mangalorean Catholics - Geographical Distribution
... approximately half of the Mangalorean Catholics still reside in Mangalore and the other towns in the South Canara district ... As for the remaining half, about 15 per cent reside in other parts of Karnataka (mostly Bangalore), 15 per cent reside in Mumbai and its neighbouring areas, 10 per cent reside in the Gulf countries, 5 per ...

More definitions of "reside":

  • (verb): Be inherent or innate in.
    Synonyms: rest, repose

Famous quotes containing the word reside:

    Two souls, alas! reside within my breast.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)

    I suggested a doubt, that if I were to reside in London, the exquisite zest with which I relished it in occasional visits might go off, and I might grow tired of it. JOHNSON. “ ... No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    I reside at Table Mountain, and my name is Truthful James;
    I am not up to small deceit, or any sinful games;
    And I’ll tell in simple language what I know about the row
    That broke up our society upon the Stanislow.
    But first I would remark, that it is not a proper plan
    For any scientific man to whale his fellow-man,
    Bret Harte (1836–1902)