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Edmondsham House         
COUNTRY HOUSE IN DORSET, UK
Edmondsham House is a stately Tudor home with Georgian additions in Edmondsham near Wimborne Minster in Dorset, England. It is a Grade II* listed building.
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  • A stereoscopic image of 988 High Street, Worsham house, circa 1880s
  • Hus, an [[Old English]] word
  • Minoan]] house model, circa 1700-1675 BC, terracotta, in the [[Heraklion Archaeological Museum]] ([[Heraklion]], [[Greece]])
  • Construction of a house using [[bamboo]]. Bamboo-made houses are popular in [[China]], [[Japan]] and other [[Asia]]n countries, because of their resistance to [[earthquakes]] and [[hurricanes]].
  • Doctor's residence and surgery, No 8 Milford Ave, [[Randwick, New South Wales, Australia]]
  • Victorian]] "Gingerbread House" in [[Connecticut]], United States, built in 1855
  • foursquare]]" house
  • Some houses are constructed from bricks and wood and are later covered by insulating panels. The roof construction is also seen.
  • Two ''baracche''(slum in Italian) near [[Oltre il Colle]], Italy. <br/> These homes are often illegally built and without electricity, proper sanitation and taps for drinking water.
  • [[Scale model]]s of some [[Ancient Egypt]]ian house, in the [[Louvre]]
  • Thermographic comparison of traditional (left) and "[[passivhaus]]" (right) buildings
  • Houses may be repeatedly expanded leading to a complex construction history.
  • Birdhouse]] made to look like a real house
BUILDING USUALLY INTENDED FOR LIVING IN
Houses; House (architecture); ⌂; HOUSE; Dwellinghouse; Houes; Independent house; 🏠; History of houses; Hosue; House (structure); House (building); Dwelling house
n.
building
home
1) to build, put up a house
2) to redecorate, refurbish, remodel, renovate a house
3) to demolish, raze, tear down a house
4) to rent a house from smb.
5) to let (BE), rent out (AE) a house to smb.
6) a dilapidated, ramshackle house
7) an apartment (AE); brick; clapboard; country; detached; frame; manor (esp. BE); one-family, single; prefabricated; ranch (AE); rooming; row (AE), terraced (BE); semidetached; summer; town house
8) a haunted house
9) (AE) a fraternity; sorority house
housekeeping
10) to keep house for smb.
theater
11) to bring the house down ('to win thunderous approval')
12) an empty; full, packed house (to play to a packed house)
13) an opera house
chamber of a parliament
14) a lower; upper house
firm
15) a banking; discount; gambling; mail-order; pharmaceutical; publishing house; slaughterhouse
place providing a public service
16) a boarding; halfway; safe; settlement house
bar
(BE)
17) a free; public; tied house
shelter
18) a reptile house (at a zoo)
misc.
19) a house of correction/detention ('a prison'); a disorderly house ('a brothel'); (AE) a station house ('a police station'); drinks are on the house ('drinks are served free'); an open house ('informal hospitality'); ('a residence being sold or rented out that is open for inspection')
house         
  • A stereoscopic image of 988 High Street, Worsham house, circa 1880s
  • Hus, an [[Old English]] word
  • Minoan]] house model, circa 1700-1675 BC, terracotta, in the [[Heraklion Archaeological Museum]] ([[Heraklion]], [[Greece]])
  • Construction of a house using [[bamboo]]. Bamboo-made houses are popular in [[China]], [[Japan]] and other [[Asia]]n countries, because of their resistance to [[earthquakes]] and [[hurricanes]].
  • Doctor's residence and surgery, No 8 Milford Ave, [[Randwick, New South Wales, Australia]]
  • Victorian]] "Gingerbread House" in [[Connecticut]], United States, built in 1855
  • foursquare]]" house
  • Some houses are constructed from bricks and wood and are later covered by insulating panels. The roof construction is also seen.
  • Two ''baracche''(slum in Italian) near [[Oltre il Colle]], Italy. <br/> These homes are often illegally built and without electricity, proper sanitation and taps for drinking water.
  • [[Scale model]]s of some [[Ancient Egypt]]ian house, in the [[Louvre]]
  • Thermographic comparison of traditional (left) and "[[passivhaus]]" (right) buildings
  • Houses may be repeatedly expanded leading to a complex construction history.
  • Birdhouse]] made to look like a real house
BUILDING USUALLY INTENDED FOR LIVING IN
Houses; House (architecture); ⌂; HOUSE; Dwellinghouse; Houes; Independent house; 🏠; History of houses; Hosue; House (structure); House (building); Dwelling house
I. n.
1.
Habitation, abode, dwelling, mansion, residence, domicile, dwelling-place, home.
2.
Building, edifice.
3.
Family, household.
4.
Lineage, race, kindred, tribe.
5.
Legislative body.
6.
Firm, partnership, company, concern, commercial establishment.
7.
Hotel, inn, tavern, place of entertainment, public-house.
II. v. a.
Shelter, protect, put under cover (of a roof), furnish with a house, procure a house or home for.
III. v. n.
Abide, dwell, reside, lodge.