Definition of inhabited
: having inhabitants
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Maybe one answer is there’s a sacred niche of high literature that somehow is maintained above that, and that niche is generally more male-inhabited than female-inhabited.
A deputy found the four about an hour and a half later in an inhabited area northeast of the city, Estrada said.
The measures are based on the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, which had a single host city and sports facilities far from inhabited areas.
The inhabited castles are interesting, but the imagination is captured by the artworks on the facing wall, of the collapsing vestiges of days gone by.
Gui Jun Zhao, 37, was arraigned Wednesday afternoon on one count of arson of an inhabited structure or property and remains in the Sacramento County Jail, according to a Fire Department news release.
Unlike Grande-Terre, the Basse-Terre landscape is cooler, greener and less inhabited.
The festival, which is held every Easter weekend, was founded in 1963 in part to revive the fortunes of Hilo, the small, very rainy former plantation town on the east coast of the Big Island, the largest of the seven inhabited islands.
David Reich, a geneticist at Harvard Medical School, and his colleagues assembled a third database of genomes from all six inhabited continents.
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