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    1. It was at least an hour, but they might have covered a sixth of the distance back to habitation when her mount went down

    2. "There's about ten miles to the east that's well settled, then spotty habitation for the next hundred miles, beyond that, it gets seriously barren

    3. " Those girls had tried to act like Yakhanian sophisticates way out there in the ranch lands on the fringe of habitation

    4. The simple fact of habitation, of human contact, even at one remove, gave me hope

    5. There was sparse habitation here

    6. As darkness settled, three hundred seventy one campfires twinkled out away from habitation

    7. "He won't stay there forever, he'll come back to habitation

    8. He'd at least seen the forest in daylight before he had to spend a night in it and even then he was only a few hundred yards away from human habitation

    9. Trenst is built in a swamp, and is such a loose collection of habitation that it's not easy to tell where the city ends and swamp-crop natives begin

    10. She shouldn’t be so impressed, Zhlindu would cover all these islands twice as high, in tens times as many stories of habitation

    11. local habitation and no-one living nearby

    12. will prepare him a habitation; my father’s God, and I will exalt him

    13. prepare him a habitation; my father’s God, and I will exalt him

    14. habitation, edged by rocks and mudflats

    15. wooded island, with no obvious habitation and few signs that people

    16. There were more signs of habitation here

    17. “I’m guessing you’re tourist and quite startled to find habitation?”

    18. ” he thought fast, “I guess you could say I just wanted to see civilization,” his hand indicated the sweep of habitation up and down this valley

    19. correct – there were definitely signs of habitation in the

    20. In the neighbourhood of Canton, many hundred, it is commonly said, many thousand families have no habitation

    21. Unless the habitation was all Desa, these people had nothing in common with Alfred and Viktor

    22. thereby lose their original settlement in the places of their nativity, the habitation of their

    23. But, in order to profit by the produce of the water, they must have a habitation upon the neighbouring land

    24. But there are gradations of habitation, there's wilderness, country, city and Zhlindu

    25. We'll leave all the lander probes in isolated areas, we now know they are hundreds of miles from humans habitation so they will never be found

    26. All the different states of ancient Greece possessed, each of them, but a very small territory; and when the people in anyone of them multiplied beyond what that territory could easily maintain, a part of them were sent in quest of a new habitation, in some remote and distant part of the world ; the warlike neighbours who surrounded them on all sides, rendering it difficult for any of them to enlarge very much its territory at home

    27. of their destiny and places of habitation,

    28. There should be some usable habitation modules there so we can set up a proper camp

    29. Such nations have commonly no fixed habitation, but live either in tents, or in a sort of covered waggons, which are easily transported from place to place

    30. Agriculture, even in its rudest and lowest state, supposes a settlement, some sort of fixed habitation, which cannot be abandoned without great loss

    31. The old men, the women and children, at least, must remain at home, to take care of the habitation

    32. As the Highlanders, however, were not wandering, but stationary shepherds, as they had all a fixed habitation, and were not, in peaceable times, accustomed to follow their chieftain from place to place; so, in time of war, they were less willing to follow him to any considerable distance, or to continue for any long time in the field

    33. path, the pitch darkness of the field and dots of habitation beyond, none of these things were

    34. Eph 2:19 - 22 Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints, and of the household of God; And are built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone; In whom all the building fitly framed together groweth unto an holy temple in the Lord: In whom ye also are builded together for an habitation of God through the Spirit

    35. He was inside a tree! It was completely hollowed out and actually fitted for habitation

    36. Since it’s already fitted out for habitation, it would make sense for the pirates to simply toss Coal in there and deal with her later

    37. The next day, he had arisen at sunrise, looking for the telltale sign of at least temporary habitation

    38. The people can participate with the resources that already have because indirectly already paid 80% of everything that it receives in taxes and costs of the production because it provides the economic viability of the market, when it utilizes the aid received to supply its basic necessity through resources of the family credit, scholarship, unemployment compensation, social projects and assistance programs, such as: daycare center, shelter, support to the senior and lacking child, food, habitation, health, education, clothes, basic sanitation, minimum income, zero hunger, among others

    39. again, and show me both it, and his habitation,

    40. The rendered services can be the following items: cab, telephony, hotel, food, trips, road transport or air, events, administration of cards; social infrastructure (energy, water, habitation, paving, communication, transport, health, education and basic sanitation), inclusive covering of taxes in the cases in that there is not exemption and others

    41. Besides, the people, countries and organizations obtain immediate results with the end of the serious problems that so much afflict the humanity, as: misery, poverty, hunger, social exclusion, economic war, drug traffic, contraband, terrorism, corruption and disassistance (security, education, health, habitation, food and basic sanitation)

    42. Hardly a sign of human habitation

    43. 2 But I have built an house of habitation for you,

    44. him, and have turned away their faces from the habitation of the Lord, and turned their backs

    45. 3 I have seen the foolish taking root, but suddenly I cursed his habitation

    46. 15 It shall dwell in his tabernacle, because it is none of his, brimstone shall be scattered on his habitation

    47. 8 Lord, I have loved the habitation of your house, and the place where your honour dwells

    48. 14 From the place of his habitation he looks on all the inhabitants of the Earth

    49. 5 A father of the fatherless, and a judge of the widows, is God in his holy habitation

    50. 9 Because you have made the Lord, which is my refuge, even the Most High, your habitation;

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    Synonyms for "habitation"

    habitation inhabitancy inhabitation abode domicile dwelling dwelling house home house household residence habitat quarters

    "habitation" definitions

    the native habitat or home of an animal or plant

    housing that someone is living in

    the act of dwelling in or living permanently in a place (said of both animals and men)