That partly explains why seats previously inhabited by shivering backsides are now selling for $750 a pair.
Of course the big difference between them—which Hodge conceded—is that Buckingham Palace is inhabited and the Tower is not.
Children of the Forest, The: An ancient race of magical non-human beings who inhabited Westeros before the arrival of mankind.
His persona had a fascinating effect, most of all, on the Jewish intellectuals who dominated the literary world he inhabited.
A new exhibition at the Smithsonian offers a more intimate look at the women who have inhabited the White House.
They were the direct descendants of Esau, and inhabited Mount Seir.
To their relief the Americans found that the place was not inhabited and that there was no one near.
The Archbishop, however, only inhabited the porter's lodge, and all the rest was left deserted.
A tribe of Indians, called Pottawatomies, inhabited this island.
Some houses near the church belong to the English mission, and are inhabited by the missionaries and other persons attached to it.