homeplace


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homeplace

(ˈhəʊmˌpleɪs)
n
the place or piece of land containing one's home
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TEA and ham sandwiches were dished up for the army of visitors to the Lowry homeplace yesterday.
Gootee said a project that really "moved the needle" was the construction of the Sazerac House Homeplace at the corner of Canal and Magazine streets.
Referring to the writings of Young, this concept of home pushes against its limitations as a confining private sphere, propelling forward a conception of "home" akin to hooks's "homeplace." This vision of home is not bounded by the four walls of the domicile.
Birds of the Homeplace: The lives of Ireland's Familiar Birds
The presentation will focus on the increasing convergence in the homeplace.
There's nothing quite like seeing where a beverage comes from--its homeplace, the ingredients, the machinery.
Albert, who would be in his 80s, is being sought by his first cousin, Pat Carton, whom he would last have seen at his mother's family's homeplace in Kilkerrin, County Galway, way back in 1948.
If you keep a homeplace journal and would like to share it through a blog at www.Grit.com, just let me know (hwill@grit.com).
Who: Cindy Conner, biointensive gardener, permaculture educator, and managing partner of the company Homeplace Earth, which teaches and promotes sustainability in the garden and beyond
4 January 2013 - US insurance brokerage Edgewood Partners Insurance Center Inc (EPIC) has inked an agreement to buy Ontario-based risk management and insurance programmes specialist Homeplace Insurance Brokers Inc, the buyer said without disclosing financial details.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 4, 2013-EPIC inks deal to acquire Homeplace Insurance Brokers(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com