house là gì trong tiếng anh

A house was built in 1581 on part of the monastery site and still stands.

Also, long houses began showing up around this time.

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He built a new house on the site and seems đồ sộ have moved đồ sộ live in it.

But the streets were narrow and the houses were built close together.

The school has traditionally tried đồ sộ place pupils in the same house as any relatives who have attended the school before them.

There were 293 housing units at an average mật độ trùng lặp từ khóa of 232.5/sqmi /km2.

There were 98,873 housing units at an average mật độ trùng lặp từ khóa of 222 per square mile (86/km).

There were 4,127 housing units at an average mật độ trùng lặp từ khóa of 109.9 per square mile (42.4/km).

There were 761 housing units at an average mật độ trùng lặp từ khóa of 800.9 per square mile (309.3/km).

There were 51 housing units at an average mật độ trùng lặp từ khóa of 300.0/sqmi /km2.

The top houses the earpiece and sensor cluster.

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But in fact, we just want đồ sộ gawp at their great houses.

They burnt down barns and cowsheds and some houses too.

Not all houses and frontages are kept clean, often leading local governments đồ sộ cover the eyesore with a wall or tarpaulin.

The bad news: in early play tests in schools, students despoiled nature đồ sộ build their own houses.

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He held the post for just four months before he was called back đồ sộ White House duty.

He particularly referred đồ sộ the demolition of additional four storeys of a high profile high-rise building White House at Bhagwan Das road in Delhi.

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She said she and Sanders share many of the same ideals as wells as the priority preventing Republican from regaining the White House.

The building had in the past been a doss-house or spike, a shelter of last resort serving the unemployed, homeless, and urban poor for over a century.