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habitual

/ha·bit·u·al/ (hah-bich´u-al)
1. according to or of the nature of a habit.
2. established through long use or frequent repetition.
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Deaths by usual residence' refers to the place where the person who died habitually or permanently resided.
The man argued that the child was habitually resident in Australia, and complained that the actress had been wrong to take the child back to the UK.
Those who habitually slept more than eight hours were nearly 50% more likely to have strokes than those who slept six to eight hours.
SEOUL, South Korea -- A former South Korean university professor was sentenced to 12 years in prison on Thursday for habitually beating his former pupil and forcing him to eat human feces and drink urine.
Moreover, those who habitually consumed a moderate amount of coffee (one or two cups of coffee/day) had a reduced rate of the incidence of MCI than those who habitually never or rarely consumed coffee.
Habitually, lesser educated draftees join the ranks of either the Ministry of Interior's security forces or its paramilitary arm, the CSF.
The the nationals of the state signing the Convention or any Contracting State and persons habitually resident in any Contracting State is entitled to legal aid for court proceedings in civil and commercial matters in each Contracting State on the same conditions as if they themselves were nationals of and habitually resident in that State, reads the document.
Yet nearly half of Americans still do not habitually wear sunglasses.
According to these criteria, in order to be considered genuinely habitually resident in a Member State, a person has to show that his or her habitual centre of interest is located there.
You habitually carried a knife, as you told the jury, for your own protection.
A circuit court judge will receive a public reprimand from the Supreme Court after stipulating to charges from the Judicial Qualifications Commission that he was habitually late for hearings and trials.
Under German law, a person who is not permanently or habitually resident in Germany is entitled to family benefit if he or she is subject to unlimited income tax liability in Germany, unless comparable family benefits can be collected in another member state.