first home


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first home

n.
In women's lacrosse, the offensive player who plays closest to the opponent's goal.
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I could not say "good-by", so I put my nose into his hand; he patted me kindly, and I left my first home.
Rose had always believed love a breath of beauty that would hold its purity even in a hovel, but she had not been prepared for the sordidness that seemed to envelop her as she crossed the threshold of the first home of her married life.
He probably thought this first home so temporary it didn't count.
Oxford and Drury Lane itself dispute the dignity of giving birth to Nell Gwynne with Hereford, where a mean house is still pointed out as the first home of this mother of a line of dukes, whose great-grandson was to occupy the neighbouring palace as Bishop of Hereford for forty years.
Premier Daniel Andrews visited Northcote today to reinforce the Labor Governments comprehensive reforms to tip the scales of Victorias property market back in favour of tenants and people looking for their first home.
In addition, the number of single males buying their first home was only 26pc in 2003, the lowest level recorded between 1992 and 2003, where the highest level was 31pc.
The Palaszczuk Governments $20,000 Queensland First Home Owners Grant has helped more than 8,000 people purchase their first new house, unit or apartment.
When they bought their first home in 2000, Massenberg had expected a windfall of tax breaks but was underwhelmed by the $13,000 in property taxes and few hundred a month in interest payments that were deductible.