Habitancy

Hab´it`an`cy

    (hăb´ĭt`an`sŷ)
n.1.Same as Inhabitancy.
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Also they have discovered that better life style and better place of habitancy will cause to tendency of veil.
(NOTEREF _Ref80684203 \h \* MERGEFORMAT) Judge Learned Hand classified the physical presence of a taxpayer in differing degrees, ranging from 'domicil' [sic]," which is most permanent, to "'residence,' habitancy,' 'sojourning,' and 'transience.'" (NOTEREF _Ref80684203 \h \* MERGEFORMAT) In contrast to residence, domicile does not change as long as there is an intention to someday return home to the United States.
Bernini (b c Grand Lodge - Alsahah) is shaping up well, Sir Bill (b c Alhaarth - Habitancy) is promising, and Cheveley Park have got two potentially nice fillies in Irresistible (b f Cadeaux Genereux - Polish Romance) and Icecap (b f Polar Falcon - Warning Light).