House [noun]

Definition of House:

human habitat

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House Democrats were starting to squirm earlier this week, fretting that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s risky gamble in economic relief talks would backfire and they would go into the November elections without any new stimulus package.

In our rankings of top 10 House races most likely to flip in November, Democrats hold five of them — including three of the most vulnerable races.

Vice might not have a wealth of content around high fashion, for example, but consumers of a particular fashion house might still visit the site to read about politics or tech.

The bill must still be passed by the full House and the Senate and signed by the president.

Eight Democratic House committee chairs promptly dismissed the proposal on Tuesday, saying it felt short of what’s needed.

I started working in restaurants, but in front of the house, when I was about 15.

A second season of Departure is currently filming—and thanks in part to the coronavirus pandemic, “they’re going to come here to my house and shoot me,” says Plummer, who’s looking forward to filming an upcoming scene.

The city announced Tuesday that the Housing Commission plans to use about $38 million in state Project Homekey funds to buy two hotels with 332 units to house homeless San Diegans now staying at the San Diego Convention Center.

Republican leaders on the House committee took issue with the report’s findings, saying they represented partisan overreach that went beyond what other reviews have found.

Unlike some other QAnon supporters who won House primaries in conservative districts, Witzke is unlikely to make it to the Senate.