Sgt. Burcham then advised Mrs. Goode again that we needed to speak with her and can do it outside the residence.
He sought a meeting with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who invited him to a Sunday lunch in her residence.
Detectives found blood stains and evidence of attempts to clean blood from surfaces in the residence.
His residence address and mobile phone number were also disclosed.
She stayed and thanked everyone for coming and asked the stewards to bring the leftover cake to the residence.
I shall be obliged for any clue to the arms, residence, &c. of this Mr. Cobb.
The fat and soft parts are eaten because they are the residence of the soul.
Perhaps they were even pupils of his who did not know his residence.
Can you tell me where I can find the residence of Mr. Isaac Jackson?
What if he carried her off by force from her uncle's residence, and brought her there?
late 14c., "act of dwelling; dwelling place," from Old French residence, from Medieval Latin residentia, from Latin residentem (nominative residens) "residing, dwelling," present participle of residere "reside" (see reside). Also borrowed into German (Residenz), Dutch (residentie).
residence res·i·dence (rěz'ĭ-dəns, -děns')
A medical residency.