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    pool house is a dwelling because its use and structure support the theory that it is an extension of the living quarters. The State will likely be able to prove the Hernandezes’ pool house constitutes a dwelling because the facts support that its construction resembles that of the main dwelling and that it is frequently used for similar purposes as the living quarters, such as eating, sitting, watching television, and hosting friends. As defined in ILCS §5/19-3, “a person commits residential burglary when he knowingly enters or remains within the dwelling place of another, or any part thereof, with the intent to commit a felony.” For the purpose of this statute, dwelling is defined as “a house, apartment, mobile home, trailer, or other living quarters” in which a person “actually resides.” §5/2-6(b). However, courts may take into account additional factors to determine if a structure is constitutes a dwelling or “part thereof.” §5/19-3. In determining whether a structure is a dwelling under the residential burglary statute, the courts consider two main factors: (1) the physical attributes of the structure and (2) the use of the structure. Thomas, p.64; Cunningham, p. 1252. The policy underlying the residential burglary statute is “to protect the privacy and sanctity of the…

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    underground space, and free up some valuable land above ground to be redeveloped for other purposes. There will be a few examples on underground urban development by some countries like Finland and Netherland; also some examples on underground architecture that uses the quality of underground space wisely. Then, a discussion on the sustainability potential of underground spaces. Human’s acknowledgement of the underground space’s potential has existed since thousands of years ago. In the…

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    For instance, there is the Scriptural theme of God dwelling with His people. Genesis 3:8 sees God dwelling with man in the garden of Eden. In Exodus 29, due to the separation caused by the fall, God commands the construction of the tabernacle, saying “I will consecrate the tent of meeting and the alter ... I will dwell among the people of Israel and will be their God”(Exodus 29:45). 1 Kings 8:10 and 14 describes the shift from the tabernacle to the temple, before Ezekiel 10:18-19 details God’s…

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    Young students and grown-ups alike are both prone to be absorbed in the shallow treading through their daily responsiblities and pleasures. When the time comes to be meticulous and rigorous, those abilities to be thoughtful and analytical can aide in numerous ways. In the essay Dwelling in Possibilities by Mark Edmundson, Professor Edmundson’s is perplexed and troubled by the nonstop constance of the college generation. Mainly due to the student’s reliance on the advanced technology of smart…

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    It was a sunny laid back day as we were in Colorado Springs. We were down there for my sister Caley, she down in the shot off of state. Well we had to wake up really early, because we had to be there at 7:00am and we had an 1 hour drive. Anyway they got done early and it was 11:00, so instead of going home and doing nothing, we went to Rudy’s and had lunch. As we were they we were searching for something to do in broshers. That’s when we came across the Cliff Dwelling. We didn’t know what it…

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    In modern times, the western approach towards nature and Life is practical in the sense that it can all be explained by a scientific phenomenon. Due to this mentality, spiritual connections to our roots, nature and Life, are abysmal. To Linda Hogan, writer of Dwellings, this inauspicious approach confirms a detachment from “the treaties once made with [nature]”(11), to which Native Americans dearly hold on to. Throughout Dwellings, Hogan recounts significant experiences that enable her to inch…

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    An American Jewish woman and a Chickasaw Indian woman, what could they possibly have in common? While there are clear differences, they also share some similarities. Elizabeth Ehrlich, in her book Miriam’s Kitchen, recounts her journey through the Jewish faith and her life as she struggles through keeping kosher. Linda Hogan, in her book Dwellings, shares her spiritual experience as Chickasaw Indian and her love and connection with the earth and all that inhabit it. While they differ on many…

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    For this reason, we will now analyze why we come up with these imaginary worlds in the first place. It is said that literary utopias are products of the period in which they were created. Ghassan Hage in his “Dwelling in the Reality of Utopian Thought” writes, “…utopian thought... is still emanating from and speaking to a reality; that utopia, rather than being a space inspired by an idealized past that has disappeared, or a future-oriented imagining of that which has no existence, is metonymic…

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    about the cliff dwellings of Machu Picchu and Mesa Verde? Thesis: The Machu Picchu and Mesa Verde cliff dwellings were ancient civilizations that contained both differences and similarities, and they were highly important. Mostly because of their harvestation, supplies, skills, terrains, structures, and artifacts. The Machu Picchu cliff dwellings were different in several ways regarding farming, building, and other numerous things. According to Source Three, paragraph one, it states,“ Rain…

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    shovel, he even digs a cave nearby the tent. However, Robinson's cave fells soon; luckly, he does not on his cave when the cave fells. After the cave fells, Robinson cleans and constructs it, and then he continues hunting for food. Robinson cripples a goat and takes it back to his dwelling and starts keeping it; the goat heals soon, it stays in Robinson's house. In January, Robinson builds a turf wall around his dwelling so that anyone cannot see his tent.…

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