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household

the occupants, contents and the interior of a house; the greater part of the environment of the average companion animal.

household cluster
a grouping of animals or occurrences of disease within a household as occurs with some infectious diseases such as feline leukemia virus-related disorders.
household product poisoning
poisoning by materials that are normal contents in the average person's house, e.g. cleaning fluids, proprietary medicines.
household residency
duration of a companion animal's stay in a household. Controlled by disease, age, age at acquisition, financial viability of the owner, habits and personality of the animal.
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There is also a statistically significant factor of interaction between city zone types and household cluster variables: comfortable homeowners living in Kaunas city center are 93% more likely to be optimistic about their ability to influence local government decisions than urban dwellers codependent on housing who live in the working class area, 91%--than aging homeowners living in the suburban zone, and 87%--than aging homeowners living in the Soviet mass-produced housing.
Demographic characteristics and medical history among participants in household cluster investigations of DENV infection, Luanda, Angola, 2013 * Characteristic Random clusters, Case clusters, n = 26 n = 21 Households per cluster, 3 (1-7) 4 (1-12) median (range) Participants per 3 (1-13) 4 (1-12) household, median (range) All participants 247 173 Male, no.
The topics include interaction structures and the development of early complex society in the region, from small household clusters to the central place of the Bogota chiefdom in Columbia, a multiscalar view on the evolution of social complexity in the Rio Parita Valley of central Pacific Panama, and household organization and communal feasts in the Panamanian village of El Hatillo.

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