01. Firemen had to evacuate the elderly [residents] of a local nursing home after smoke was seen coming from one of the rooms.
02. He is from England, but he is currently [residing] in Australia.
03. My aunt works in a [residential] facility for people with mental illnesses.
04. You cannot vote in a municipal election unless you are a [resident] of the area.
05. The Prime Minister met with the visiting American President at his private [residence] over the weekend.
06. The students all [reside] in dormitories on campus.
07. Local [residents] are delighted with the new water park for children.
08. Every year, one out of five American families changes its place of [residence].
09. The oldest city in Germany, Trier was once the capital of the Western Roman Empire, and [residence] of the Emperor Constantine.
10. There is a large group of [resident] killer whales that live in the waters off the San Juan Islands all year round.
11. After the earthquake, food and medical supplies were distributed to all [residents] of the area.
12. Before the 1970s, many British people [resided] in Uganda.
13. More than half the [residents] of Burkina Faso are under the age of 21.
14. According to the mayor, the [residents] of the city can expect a property tax increase of 2.9% this year.
15. Riga, the capital city of Latvia, is a city of one million [residents], or about one third of the country's total population.
16. Queen Victoria was the first sovereign to take up [residence] at Buckingham Palace in 1837.
17. In August of 1986, a car bomb killed 19 people, and wounded 90 when it blew up in a [residential] area of east Beirut.
18. Windsor Castle is the oldest Royal [residence] still in use in England today.
19. No. 10 Downing Street has been the official [residence] of Britain's Prime Minister since 1732.
20. The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that everyone has the right to freedom of movement and [residence] within the borders of each state.
21. My daughter made tons of friends when she lived in [residence] at college.
22. A friend of mine got kicked out of [res] for having a girl in his room overnight.
23. The Korean shaman Mudang is an intermediary who can link the living with the spiritual world where the dead [reside].
24. The former dictator now [resides] in an expensive villa on the French Riviera.
25. Milan was the chief [residence] of the Western emperors in the fourth century.
26. Democritus once observed that happiness [resides] not in possessions, and not in gold; happiness dwells in the soul.

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