HOMES


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AcronymDefinition
HOMESHuron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior (lakes)
HOMESHousing Mobility and Exchange Services (UK)
HOMESHall of Minerals, Earth and Space (Yale; New Haven, CT)
HOMESHousing Operations Management System
HOMESHousing Organisations Mobility and Exchange Services (UK)
HOMESHousing Opportunities through Many Efforts and Services
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But soon came visions of the gentle flowers dying in their forest homes, and their voices ringing in her ear, imploring her to save them.
Most of the students went home to spend their vacation.
Well, the night was young when we arrived in that public house, and for all of that first night that public house was what I saw of Japan--a drinking-place which was very like a drinking-place at home or anywhere else over the world.
Curtis on Louden Slater's Hill, I was conducted by Rich, one of the hands belonging on board of the sloop, to my new home in Alliciana Street, near Mr.
Whatever night-fancies and night-noises crowded on me, they never warded off this DON'T GO HOME.
So now all who escaped death in battle or by shipwreck had got safely home except Ulysses, and he, though he was longing to return to his wife and country, was detained by the goddess Calypso, who had got him into a large cave and wanted to marry him.
made the prospect of home more entirely pleasurable.
As soon as we got home she flew to the little box upstairs where she kept her treasures, and brought therefrom the dry and brittle wishbone.
No; because, as you say, I have no particular associations connected with them; for there are no sweet violets among the hills and valleys round my home.
Then it dawned on the Prince that he had been speaking to a good fairy, and putting the little bell carefully in his pocket, he rode home and told his father that he meant to set the daughter of the Flower Queen free, and intended setting out on the following day into the wide world in search of the maid.
George Moore's sister came to Montreal and took him home with her.
The little house ceased to be a glorified bower, but it became a home, and the young couple soon felt that it was a change for the better.