living unit


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living unit

n.
A dwelling for use by one family.

liv′ing u′nit


n.
a dwelling intended for use by one household.
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The eyesore Birch Coppice pub in Quarry Bank will be refurbished to create a learning disability unit on the ground floor and an independent living unit with three flats at first-floor level.
The Navy Exchange Service Command, (NEXCOM), program manager for unofficial telecommunications, assisted in finding a local provider for the internet service inside each container living unit, which serves as living areas for residents on the base.
Each patient living unit will offer a distinct entry with a sidelight and transom framing a maple wood door.
An individual living-unit level control is a thermostat located within the living-unit that maintains the living unit temperature.
Like most CCRCs, our assisted living unit at CRISTA Senior Community in Seattle has experienced a significant increase in resident acuity over the past several years.
The court upheld the facility's decision not to create a Muslim-only living unit. The court noted that the inmate was permitted to pray in his cell using religious materials he was allowed to keep there, as well as being allowed to pray in the common area of his living unit.
The four-hour stand-off with warders started at 7.15pm yesterday in a shared living unit at the Fazakerley jail.
The charge given to the dental department and the three living unit directors was to develop policy and procedures that would insure improved oral health of the clients.
Cost will vary significantly with the type of project, the specific living unit, and most important, the terrain and soil conditions.
* The use must involve, at least at the start, residence in a separate, independent living unit. * The facility must be obliged to provide the individual with certain "personal care" services designed to prolong a person's ability to maintain an independent residence.
Other credit strengths include FP's long history of serving residents and maintaining solid occupancy with a unique unit mix that has eliminated the traditional assisted living unit (ALU).
The hospital's specialist transitional living unit helps many people like Kirsten to re-learn vital skills and live more independently.