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  • Dream house - 705 Words
    Dream House Everyone has their own thoughts about their dream house. These days homes are more affordable because of the economy and all the foreclosures makes it much easier to afford a really nice house. My dream house is not a fancy house that I could never afford; its a home I could see my wife and I having in the future. I have seen many...
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  • House On Fire - 311 Words
    Fire on house is one of the most awful sight for any individual. The hot burning flames turn everything into ashes and are often the cause of big ruins. Many houses have caught fire and some of them were turned into ashes while luckily others were safe. Once upon a time, a fire broke out in a big house. The house was situated in one of the most crowded lanes of the city. It had three storeys and many rooms. It is said that about six families were occupying this house. Many causes were given for...
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  • Dr House - 304 Words
    Character Analysis: Dr. Gregory House Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) is devoid of bedside manner and wouldn't even talk to his patients if he could get away with it. Dealing with his own constant physical pain, he uses a cane that seems to punctuate his acerbic, brutally honest demeanor. While his behavior can border on antisocial, House is a maverick physician whose unconventional thinking and flawless instincts have afforded him a great deal of respect. An infectious disease specialist,...
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  • Apartment House - 502 Words
    Compare & Contrast Many people nowadays face a difficult decision when they buy their own home. The question is whether they should buy a house or an apartment. Are there more advantages or disadvantages to living in a house rather than in an apartment? There are several reasons why people choose to move into a house or apartment. I prefer living in an apartment at this stage of my life but someday in the future I would like to live in a house of my own. There are advantages for living in a...
    502 Words | 2 Pages
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  • Dream House - 632 Words
    Dream House By William This is my sixth “my show” in lucky English center. The topic is my dream house. About of it, I ask most of my friends a question – ‘what is your dream house like?’ Their answers are surprisingly similar and interesting. There are two types of answers. The first is a beautiful seaside villa. The second, a big apartment is located in the CBD. Earlier this year, I bought three sets of apartment in the center of NANKAI district in Tianjin. I recently hired two...
    632 Words | 2 Pages
  • Life as a House - 378 Words
    NAME: Liban Hussein Film Review: Life as a House George Monroe is a lonely and sad man. Divorced for ten years, he lives alone on the Southern California coast with his pet dog in the same run down shack he has lived in for twenty-five years, the shack which his father passed down to him. In the intervening years, ostentatious houses have sprung up around him. He's been at the same architectural firm for twenty years in a job he hates, which primarily consists of building scale models. On...
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  • Dream House - 1213 Words
    First of all I'd like to say that all of us have our own ideas and dreams about a perfect home, because "home" can't mean the same to everybody. But I'm sure that for all people home is not just a place to live in. Home is your little world where you live according to your own rules and interests. It's a place where you feel comfort, warmth and reliability, that's why we say "East or West, home is best" and the English say "My home is my castle". In my opinion home always awakens the best...
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  • Boarding House - 2374 Words
    BOARDING HOUSE DESIGN A house with five or more sleeping rooms where boarders are provided with lodging, and meals for a fixed sum paid by the month, or week, in accordance with previous arrangement. Infrastructure guidelines for boarding facilities These guidelines refer to the provision of the necessary spaces, facilities and equipment required to make the environment conducive to learning. These guidelines are described in four perspectives, namely planning guidelines, architectural...
    2,374 Words | 10 Pages
  • The Boarding House - 1086 Words
    THE BOARDING HOUSE The Boarding House is included in Dubliners, a collection of fifteen short stories by the Irish poet and novelist James Joyce, which was first published in 1914. This story of a boarding house, like the other stories in Dubliners, describes the lives of ordinary citizens of Dublin and illustrates their various qualities. There are three main characters - Mrs. Mooney, her daughter Polly and Mr. Doran. At the very beginning the author describes Mrs. Mooney, who relinquished...
    1,086 Words | 3 Pages
  • haunted house - 642 Words
    My Life In A Haunted House My family bought a house in the late 60's in a small town in Southeast Missouri. It seemed like a Mansion to us 'cause it had 3 bedrooms and a basement. I was 9-10 years old and my brother was around 5 years old. It didn't take long for things to start happening. My mom would get locked out if she left the house. When we went to the basement, we always had a feeling we were being watched. That was me and my mom who always had that creepy feeling, although my mom...
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  • Boarding Houses - 594 Words
    boarding house is a house (often a family home) in which lodgers rent one or more rooms for one or more nights, and sometimes for extended periods of weeks, months, and years. The common parts of the house are maintained, and some services, such as laundry and cleaning, may be supplied. They normally provide "bed and board", that is, at least some meals as well as accommodation. A "lodging house", also known in the United States as a "rooming house", may or may not offer meals. Lodgers legally...
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  • House or Flat - 1475 Words
    1. House or Flat? Pros and Cons A house or a flat is for everybody not just a place where you sleep, eat or relax, but it is a place, which we all call „ home“. Well, as the saying goes, „ As a good roof shelters us from winter´s storms, a good home shelters us from life´s storms“, home is a place where you can find, on the one hand, help, understanding and embrace of your family through the tough times in your life and on the other hand, joy, love and happiness while experiencing all the...
    1,475 Words | 4 Pages
  • Dream House - 679 Words
    My Dream House Ever since I was a little girl, I knew what my dream house would look like. I want my house to be located on a beautiful spring fed lake. It will be where my family and I live and would soon turn into a loving home. One of the most important details about a house is the location. My house will be located where it is quiet and peaceful. I want it to be located on a small private lake, but about two hundred yards off the edge. If it would happen to rain a lot, I would want my...
    679 Words | 2 Pages
  • Flat or House - 485 Words
    I would like to speak about what is better to live in a flat or in a house ? Comparing living in a flat or a house is difficult. Someone says that living in a house is better than in a flat and someone the opposite. An I think that living in house is much better than living in flat. Fistly, I would like to speak about living in a flat. Speaking about positives aspects about living in a flat I should say that people who‘s doesn’t like working in garden or just being quiet and alone there...
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  • Folding Houses - 682 Words
    Chapter II Related Studies This chapter presents related studies which have direct bearing on our research. It also presents different kinds of portable or folding houses and its applicability in our society. This also discusses about low cost houses which is suitable for low income families. Low cost houses are intended for fast increasing population country that prone from illegal settlers, who lived and stayed in urban places in order to work and to do other activities for survival. With...
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  • House Dreams - 840 Words
    My Dream Home Home, the place one spends more time in their life and share special moments with family. Where one expects to live permanently carefree, feel protected under the roof of their house. One day I want to have a home that makes me feel well and where I can be safe and happy. The purpose of this essay is to discuss and fine structural decisions I made about designing my dream house. The house of my dream has to be huge, spacious, which would reflect my personality toward...
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  • Shining Houses - 658 Words
    Shining Houses, Timur Fattahov 1. Quotations that are Central Context and Significance 1. “Twelve years. My boys wanted me to sell then and go and live in rooms. But I said no. I had my hens and a nanny goat too at that time. More or less a pet. I had a pet coon too for a while, used to feed him chewing gun. Well, I said, husbands come and go, but a place you’ve lived fifty years is something else. Making a joke of it with my family. Besides, I thought, if Mr. Fullerton was to come back,...
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  • Boarding Houses - 2489 Words
    Department of Hospitality Management College of Home Science and Industry Central Luzon State University Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija Preference of Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management Students staying at Boarding house De Gracia, Melody Dionisio, Karen S. Gonzales, Cazandra B. Idago, Maureen A. Moises, Joel Christian A. Mola Cruz, Julie Anne Tolentino, Ronalyn In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the subject HRM 355 (Methods of...
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  • boarding house - 504 Words
    it means A house where paying guests are provided with meals and lodging.a private house in which accommodation and meals are provided for paying guestsAustral a house for boarders at a school.Formerly boarders would typically share washing, breakfast and dining facilities; in recent years it has become common for each room to have its own washing and toilet facilities. Such boarding houses were often found in English seaside towns (for holidaymakers) and college towns (for students). It was...
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  • haunted house - 2289 Words
    Melanie LeBlanc U1L3A3 Descriptive essay Pre-writing stage: topic: Abandoned homes form: Informal essay audience: Adolescent to Adult purpose: To write a descriptive essay about dilapidated/abandoned house and how people should take great care of their homes before it will become derelict or decrepit. rhetorical devices: Personification : deserted loathsome houses light peeked out Similes : a house is like an child white paint and dust lay...
    2,289 Words | 7 Pages
  • A house or a flat? - 358 Words
    A house or a flat? A lot of people ask this question to themselves when they decide to acquire the accommodation. And this choice is not so easy. We should take into account all pros and cons to be confident, that we actually have chosen right variant. As for me, I live in a flat and I can’t say that I like it so much. There is not enough space; from time to time the neighbors make too much noise, disturb you. And what is the most important you don’t feel independence in the flat....
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  • Balinese Residential House - 1904 Words
    Balinese Residential Architecture 2 Balinese Residential Architecture: Balinese architecture has be divided into 6 parts which are the family compound, the pavilions, the temple courtyard and gates, the kul-kul and shrines, the palaces and also the water palaces (Wijaya & Granquist, 2005, p97) . Balinese residential architecture is based on ancient traditional Javanese style combined with Hindu religion and culture. The concept behind this architecture is the openness of space within...
    1,904 Words | 6 Pages
  • Backyard at My Aunt's House
    Backyard at my Aunt's House As I walk through the deep green grass and smell the fresh air, I realize that this is how life is supposed to be no troubles, no stress, just myself and nature. While reading this, you would most likely expect me to be in a garden full of rare horticulture in an exotic locale, but I am right at my aunt’s house. I take 10 minutes sit down on the grass to look around and 10 minutes Inside, I hear the sound of the television blaring through the windows, people...
    614 Words | 2 Pages
  • Consumer Preferences to Buy a House
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.0 INTRODUCTION The researcher has chosen to make a research on “Consumer Preferences to Buy a House at Kota Bharu, Kelantan”. The Researcher chooses this topic since it is become a serious issue when there are many units of houses build up by the housing developers cannot be sold in the market. It is important to identify consumer preferences to avoid from unsold houses. The introduction topic includes the background of study, problem statement, research objectives,...
    18,267 Words | 60 Pages
  • Guest House Sustainability - 1605 Words
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING FACTORS INFLUENCING GUEST HOUSE SUSTAINIBILITY” RESEARCH PROPOSAL Page 1. Background of the study 3 2. Current status 4 1.3 Problem motivating this study 5 1.3 Purpose of the study 6 1.4 Significance of the research 7 1.5 Methodology of study 8 1.5.1 The literature study 8 1.5.2 The empirical study 8 1.6 Delineation 9 1.7 Contribution and Output 10 Reference 10...
    1,605 Words | 9 Pages
  • My Dream House - 2454 Words
    My Dream House House is a place where we can shelter and it gives us a protection from rain, heat, storm etc. Everyone has their own choice on what type of house they feel comfortable to live in, so do I. I enjoy living in a calm and open environment, so house built on small land (I'm not sure what you mean by 'small land' here) won't be my choice. I want a large open space surrounded by compound, where I can stroll, especially when I feel bored on at my job. I want a garden in front of my...
    2,454 Words | 7 Pages
  • Victim of Boarding House - 361 Words
    Nurbani Trisna Wardhani 10/297584/SA/15201 In this “Boarding House”, a short story form James Joyce, I think the character that becomes the victim is Mr. Doran. At the first the story tells about Mrs. Mooney who had been lived separated with his drunkard husband and built up a boarding house. She lived there with her two children, Jack and Polly. In another angle, we can see Mrs. Mooney boarding house is actually a ‘tool’ that was used by Mrs. Mooney to look for an ideal husband for Polly....
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  • green house effect - 434 Words
    Green Home Essay The growing pollution through greenhouse gasses and the loss of natural beauty, rare ecosystems and basic resources have led to the development of two very important designer and construction concepts – green building and sustainable design. The way we build our houses and chose the materials for them can have a great influence on our future and the future of our planet. The role of green houses in modern building is crucial and the process of constructing them must obtain a...
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  • Your Dream House - 339 Words
    Devonte Hawkins Description Essay October 24, 1212 My Dream House Ever since I was fifteen years old I have known what kind of house I wanted to live in. A house that is on the lake and after I start a family it will be considered a loving home. Also a house that I would fall in love with right when I step in the front door of it. One of the most important details about a house is the location. My house will be located where it is quiet and peaceful. My house will be located on a...
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  • Richard Meier: Douglas House
    Richard Meier's designs have dazzled the world with his simplistic forms and color within a controversial setting. Meier is moved by pure values and graceful logic, which are illustrated throughout his designs. Meier's main goal is highly influenced by his "mode of creating space" (Jodidio 8). When Richard Meier is designing a house or building he bases everything on space, light and form. Meier's goal is to make these elements present in his designs; he does not want to create illusions....
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  • Drug Addiction and Friends House
    KELLY SPENCER Professor Kincaid IAW 25 February 2014 My Sisters Addiction I would like to start by telling you about my relationship that I had with my sister who is addict to drugs. She was my best friend. We did just about everything together. For example, get our nails done, go to parties, and joke around and have a good time like sisters do. She has a great personality, very outspoken, and outgoing. Just a beautiful person in her own way. I can’t believe how close we were...
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  • Living in an Apartment or Living in a House
    Throughout life I have stayed in many different places. Moving from the Philippines, Georgia, and then Texas has given me the opportunity to live in a wide variety of residences. My family and I have experienced residing in both apartments and houses. We have observed many differences in the two choices of homes and have become very knowledgeable of life in both dwellings. Living in an apartment or living in a house? When you are trying to save money and only have so much to spend each...
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  • Living in a Flat and a House - 518 Words
    LIVING IN A FLAT V versus A HOUSE I decided to compare living in a flat and living in a house, because I moved from a flat to a house a couple of months ago. This fact inspired me to write about the differences between these two places. I definitely love living in a house more, but nothing is only white and black. Equally living in a flat and living in a house have their pros and cons. Living in a flat is quite comfortable and one doesn´t have much worries. You do not have to bother...
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  • Creative Essay: The Abandoned House
    Abandon House 1. Dust lay over every surface like dirty snow, pristine dust layer, not a foot print anywhere, dust bunnies the size of bowling balls tumbled across the floor boards toward unseen skittles, free papers piled up to the letter box and cascaded all the way to the foot of the rough wooden stairs, old tea cups lay on a coffee table thickly encrusted with dried up mould, dust covered mirrors, smell of mildew, stale air, air thick with dust, shafts of light bursting through gaps in the...
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  • Personality Analysis of Gregory House
    House According to Freud University of North Texas Dr. Gregory House is the title of the television show House M.D. He is a medical genius, but what truly captivates the millions of viewers is his Machiavellian and radical personality. What better way to analyze this controversial character than by the measures of another controversial character, Sigmund Freud and his psychoanalytic theory. Freud outlined five stages of development: oral, anal, phallic, latency, and genital. Most of...
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  • House Md Gender Essay
    House M.D. The perception of gender throughout history has been manipulated and changed into something that is totally different than the gender norm: men should act like men, working and paying the bills, and women should act like women, cleaning, cooking, and caring for children. These days it is more the idea of anything goes. The idea that popular conceptions of femininity and masculinity instead revolve around hierarchical appraisals of the natural roles of males and females gives people...
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  • House M.D. and Its' Detective Elements
    From the very start of film history, various genres improved and changed a great deal. In these modern times, the cross-over genre is especially popular. The focus of this essay, House M.D., is a medical drama, though not a typical one. House M.D. concentrates on an eccentric doctor of great intelligence and his doctors’ team (who never stop to mistake), trying and almost always successfully solving interesting and puzzling cases. In many ways the series fits the definition of detective fiction....
    1,366 Words | 4 Pages
  • Living in a Flat or a House? - 301 Words
    Living in a flat or a house? Some people prefer to live in a flat, while there are more advantage to live in a house. Are there more advantage than disadvantage of living in a house compared with living in flat? Yes,there are more advantages living in a house than in a flat. My first point is people like to have there privacy. As a example some people like to listen loud music,in a flat they can't listen music as they wish. Other things is people found difficulty to hang their clothes...
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  • My Dream House - 305 Words
    Living life large as people may say it, is my kind of lifestyle, my dream is to make it big and enjoy the finest things in life. Indeed, this can only come with dedication, hard work and a master plan. My dream house can be described in two words, classy and comfortable. The setting should be at the beach where I can view the ocean and enjoy cool breeze; this would also give me the chance to enjoy my hobby, that it swimming. The design should be a mixture of the old and modern architecture...
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  • the sweet six-storied house
    ENL 102 J. Durso 9-16-2013 Assignment #1 The Sweet Six-Storied Apartment House In the outskirt of Beijing, there are many six-storied apartment houses which look completely the same. It is in one of these simple and crude houses that my grandparents have been living for half of their lives, and this small apartment house is my home, which smells as sweet as the osmanthus flower and tastes as sweet as candied dates. My home is in an old neighborhood, so the osmanthus trees in the...
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  • Apartments vs. Houses - 809 Words
     Shelter is an essential part of living that every human requires. Many people throughout the world reside in some form of refuge to protect themselves against the environment. In a functional society many people look forward to owning their first apartment or house. Moving to a different setting and establishing roots in a new domicile sways many people view of life toward aspect. For many people their first place of residence is an apartment. Apartments are connected structures within a...
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  • CSR: Bottle brick houses
    Corporate Social Responsibility . Description: give a description of your business. who you are what you do where you are Who we are We are a Non-governmental organization lead by a group of students that aims to improve the quality of life in developing countries by offering communities more comfortable and durable housings. We focus on providing cost-effective, environmentally friendly buildings by substituting the conventional use of bricks with “bottle bricks” that includes the...
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  • the most important room in the house
    I guess that the bedroom is the most significant room in a house. Everyone needs in the private bedroom, his personal possession. My bedroom is very important for me because I spend much time here, have all necessary things close to me and many memories, related with this peace of the house. Obviously, we spend the great amount of time in our bedrooms. I don’t only sleep here but also study and work quite often. It’s very important for me to have relaxation in my cosy nook after the hard...
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  • 4 Hour House - 915 Words
    With a “We Can Do It!” attitude Team A managed to build a house in 2 hours and 55 minutes, creating a world record under strenuous conditions. The video “Four Hour House” showed us a competition based out of San Diego. This motivational video illustrates the principles of total quality management and team work. But in a regular situation how can we actually build leadership from the ground up? This four hour house was built with a high performing leadership team. High performing leadership...
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  • students staying in boarding house
    Factors Affecting the CPU-AT Students’ Preference in choosing Boarding Houses/Dormitories. In today’s academic society, students aim for higher degree of education to improve their respective socio-economic status and of their society as a whole. As they enter colleges, it is given that some, if not most, are away from their homes. As a result, students tend to seek for temporary residences such as dormitories or boarding houses for their own learning comfort. The dilemma of this situation is...
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  • the house of my dream - 1086 Words
    THE HOUSE OF MY DREAMS Rosalía’s house If I had money I’d buy the flat above mine and I’d build a duplex with a staircase in the living room. Upstairs there would be three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living-room and a balcony. Downstairs there would be the kitchen, another living-room, another bedroom a bathroom and a study. I wouldn’t move from my neighbourhood because of my mom. She likes it and my friends live nearby. I’d live in a kind of terraced house and all the rooms must be very...
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  • Building and Riyadh the Houses - 434 Words
    House in Seattle and Riyadh The houses in Seattle and Riyadh have many similarity. First , they are accommodate and nice to live in. second , they are close to the neighbors. Third , they have gardens. Although , houses in Seattle and Riyadh have similarities, they are different in several ways. When we look at the design for the houses in each city we see huge differences. Seattle houses are simple. On the other hand, Riyadh houses are decorated. For example, my room in...
    434 Words | 3 Pages
  • Dr. Gregory House - 1930 Words
    The Client: Dr. Gregory House is the main character in the House television series. He is currently working as the Head of Diagnostic Medicine with a double specialty in infectious disease and nephrology at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. He is portrayed as narcissistic, sarcastic, and appears to dislike most people. He prefers superficial relationships with others, sometimes using prostitutes to satisfy his sexual needs. Descriptive Information: Gregory is a 52 year old Caucasian...
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  • Houses: Choosing Where to Live
    Choosing where to live Towns and cities in Britain have grown a lot in size over the last two centuries. The oldest houses are usually those closest to the town centre. Many people live in the suburbs, areas on the edge of a town. Some suburbs consist of new housing estates, while others were originally villages that have become joined to the town as it has grown. Some people prefer to live in a village and travel into the nearby town to work. Villages are considered to be pleasant places to...
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  • Your House in the Future - 477 Words
    Urban Space Pavilion Future houses now is dedicated to exploring ideas about better living in modernist family homes that are affordable, efficient, healthy, environmentally responsible and available. In the far future all the houses, Building, Stations and everything will be on space Stations millions of light-years away from our planet they will be suitable for everyone. It will be provided with everything a person would need from food and drinks to cinemas and all entertaining centers and...
    477 Words | 2 Pages
  • Urban Houses in Russia - 3924 Words
    Rural Khmer house Despite indoor and outdoor temperatures of 36°C and up to 80% relative humidity the old rural Khmer houses are very comfortable, both at ground level and on the upper floor. In spite of the absence of electric or mechanical air conditioning, a draught-free environment appears to be attained simply by means of natural ventilation. Typically, rural Khmer houses are rectangular two-storey buildings, varying in size from four by six metres to about six by ten metres. The basic...
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  • Korean Traditional House - 502 Words
    Korean Traditional House: Grass Roofed House In Korea there was a traditional house called ‘Choga house’ which ‘Choga’ means grass roof and it had a lot of benefits for poor people. It is made of red clay so it was cool in summer and warm in winter. Also it was really easy and cheap to get those materials so many poor people used to make Choga house. The roof was made of grass so it was easy to get it, and it was good in both summer and winter because it protected hotness in summer...
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  • The Kaufman desert house - 936 Words
    The Kaufman Desert House Abandoned tradition to create a pared down, unornamented style that emphasized geometric shapes, punctuated with bands of windows, the international style was known as a new social theory of architecture. Architects are striving to create a new modern form and functional design by make use of new construction techniques and materials. Like: steel, curtain walls of glass, reinforced concrete and asymmetrical facade. There is no doubt that the styles of houses these...
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  • What Makes a House a Home
    What makes a house a home? A house can provide a place to live, but it can't provide family love. A home can provide people a place to live, but it also can provide family love. I have lived in many different kinds of houses, apartments, garages and now a condo. Every house that I have lived in gives me a different feeling. The house that I currently live in, provides not only a comfortable place, but also warmth and care as well. I'm living in a 2 story condo with my parents. The living...
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  • Houses and Ornaments of Early Filipino Age
    IFUGAO HOUSE OR ISKET It is a small enclosed structure, a one-room affair that serves as living and sleeping room, kitchen and dining room. It is elevated above the ground by four posts made of sturdy tree-trunks with roots intact. It has solid panels for walls and tightly thatched roofing. The two main base girders – the horizontal support (at the front and back) just on top of the posts are held to these posts by dowels. No nails are used. The Ifugao carve each part of the house as...
    3,403 Words | 11 Pages
  • The Shadow Lines; Price House Construction
    Price House Constuction: The narrator first came to know of the Price house through Tridib’s stories and memories from his stay at the house. He introduced the narrator to the garden with the cherry tree and the cellar; these things were most prominent in Tridib’s memory, a recollection of things that fascinated him most as a child. His stories of lymington that revolved around the bombing and destruction that took place during the 2nd world war gave the young narrator a picture of another...
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  • Psychological Analysis of Dr. Gregory House
    Analysis of Gregory House By Becca Kinkoph 6th per. Psychology 4-15-09 In the show, House M.D., there is an especially difficult doctor whom people cannot help but love despite his unpleasant demeanor. This is Doctor Gregory House. He specializes in diagnosing rare medical anomalies with the help of his team of diagnosticians: Foreman, Chase, and Cameron. House is somewhat a mystery to his team members and everyone else. He is a cynical and bitter medical genius who can sometimes...
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  • Small Scale Reflections of a Great House
    Ramanujan's poem, ‘Small Scale Reflections on a Great House', with it's antithetical title is a catalogue of memories combining comedy and pathos while bringing out the truth that life is a journey comprising o joy, sorrow, success, failure, good times and bad times all stored in one's memories The poem begins with the poet stating that the house retains everything that comes in. "Sometimes I think that nothing that ever comes into this house goes out." Trivial things that would come in would...
    1,016 Words | 3 Pages
  • The Stenbock House and Patkul stairs (Estonia)
    Stenbock House is a prominent neo-classical building located on Toompea hill, Tallinn. It is the official seat of the Government of the Republic of Estonia.The history of the Stenbock house in Tallinn goes back to the 1780s, when the Russian Imperial administration of what was then the Governorate of Estonia launched a scheme to erect new buildings for administrative purposes. Originally, the building was intended as a courthouse.[1][2] Count Jakob Pontus Stenbock, a member of the local...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a Boarding House
    BOARDING-HOUSE, a private house in which the proprietor provides board and lodging for paying guests. The position of a guest in a boarding-house differs in English law, to some extent, on the one hand from that of a lodger in the ordinary sense of the term, and on the other from that of a guest in an inn. Unlike the lodger, he frequently has not the exclusive occupation of particular rooms. Unlike the guest in an inn, his landlord has no lien upon his property for rent or any other debt due in...
    2,162 Words | 6 Pages
  • Hell House, a Documentary by George Ratliff
    In the documentary “Hell House”, filmmaker George Ratliff takes you through the production of a hell house from the planning to the actual event. A hell house is an event put on by various churches as a way of outreach. It is a compilation of scenes that are meant to scare people into salvation. It is also used by some churches as a Christian alternative to a haunted house. The actors and producers of these events are church members who see this as a ministry outlet to spread their faith to...
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  • "How to Build a House" Process Analysis
    The Idea might be scary to some people and thrilling for others. Building a house gives a sense of accomplishment and a realization of self perseverance. A house can be built 3 ways: the right way, the wrong way, and the cheap way. Cheap is the medium between right and wrong. Most houses are done the right way, where professionals work together to build an in demand product. If not a professional there might be a slight risk of doing the project the wrong way. Even thought I will explain how...
    1,284 Words | 3 Pages
  • Antisocial Personality Disorder in Dr. Gregory House
    Antisocial Personality Disorder Dr. Gregory House was born on the 11th of June 1958 from a relationship between Blythe house, his mother, and an unknown male. His mother was a house wife married to a marine pilot, John House, who was not present when House was conceived being on overseas active duty. His mother also had an affair with another man, Thomas Bell, who House mistook for his father because of the physical characteristics that they shared. House’s father...
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  • This essay is about the connotations of the words "house" and "home"
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