Bart Didden—A resident of Port Chester, New York, whose property was condemned for a local redevelopment effort.
The homicide rate for resident military personnel is lower than the national average for civilians.
In 2012, Jezebel recruited Sciortino to be their “resident sexpert” and write a Slutever-style advice column.
In December 2012, a 20 year old Washington, D.C. resident left a bar and took an Uber home.
Fiercely antigovernment, the resident said he is wary of sectarian tensions simmering beneath the surface.
And in the towns and villages all resident dogs came to call on Boswell and Johnson.
The Menghyi divided his talk between the resident and myself.
This does not exclude God but it discovers Him in resident forces and finds in law the revelation of His method.
After all, there were trees and grass; good grass, and more of it than in the resident's garden.
The curious call, from which this plover derives its popular name, is familiar to every resident in India.
mid-15c., "an inhabitant, one who resides," from resident (adj.). Meaning "medical graduate in practice in a hospital as training" first attested 1892, American English.
late 14c., "dwelling, residing," from Old French resident and directly from Latin residentem (nominative residens), present participle of residere "to sit down, settle" (see reside).
resident res·i·dent (rěz'ĭ-dənt, -děnt')
A physician during residency.