Homes may refer to:
- the plural form of "home";
- an abbreviation of "homie".
HOMES may refer to:
- a mnemonic for remembering the names of five Great Lakes.
Other articles related to "homes, home":
... Measure 49 Modifies Measure 37 clarifies right to build homes limits large developments protects farms, forests, groundwater ... Claimants may not build more than three homes on such lands ... industrial developments, such as strip malls and mines, on land reserved for homes, farms, forests and other uses ” A record 117 paid arguments on Measure 49 ...
... Beginning in California in the 1980s, the larger home concept was intended to fill a gap between the more modest suburban tract home and the upscale custom homes found in gated, waterfront, or ... The larger homes proved popular and demand increased dramatically, particularly in light of new land-management laws that were enacted in the 1980s and '90s ... economize may have led to a decline in quality for many of these new homes, prompting the coinage of the disparaging term ...
... In January 2006, it was announced that the homes, which had grown "too small for most families," would be eliminated from base housing and would be given away ... an application and $8,000 deposit) in 2006, yet only one individual came forward and acquired a home, which was disassembled and moved to storage in Delaware ... demolished in 2006, and an additional thirty-four homes were razed in 2007 ...
... in the house next door." Built as tract "mansions" or executive homes in marketing parlance, they generally are found in outlying suburban areas because lot sizes in older ... These homes usually are constructed among other large homes by a subdivider on speculation they generally are built en-masse by a development company to be marketed as premium real ...
... is an international movement to change home construction practices so that virtually all new homes, whether or not designated for residents who currently have mobility impairments ... Supporters ultimately want to require that all new homes be at least partly accessible to people with mobility impairments ... Newly constructed homes often contain the same major barriers as older, existing homes steps at every entrance, and narrow interior doors, with the bathroom door usually the narrowest door in the house ...
Famous quotes containing the word homes:
“You know, a dame with a rod is like a guy with a knitting needle.”
—Geoffrey Homes (19021977)
“Pharisaism, obtuseness and tyranny reign not only in the homes of merchants and in jails; I see it in science, in literature, and among youth. I consider any emblem or label a prejudice.... My holy of holies is the human body, health, intellect, talent, inspiration, love and the most absolute of freedoms, the freedom from force and falsity in whatever forms they might appear.”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)
“Of course we will continue to work for cheaper electricity in the homes and on the farms of America; for better and cheaper transportation; for low interest rates; for sounder home financing; for better banking; for the regulation of security issues; for reciprocal trade among nations and for the wiping out of slums. And my friends, for all of these we have only begun to fight.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)