1 So he got up, and she gave him the new address of the family, a tenement over in the Ghetto district.
2 Ostrinski's home was in the Ghetto district, where he had two rooms in the basement of a tenement.
3 The scene now changes to a small, neat tenement, in the outskirts of Montreal; the time, evening.
4 His brain was simmering and bubbling within the cracking tenement of the skull.
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5 I should rent a tenement, and devote myself to the education of my children.
6 The worst tenement abominations of New York do not have above twenty-two persons for every ten rooms.
7 There's messuages; tenements; napery; cattle; my dowry; an inventory.
8 A great many of the tenements had shop-fronts; but these were fast closed, and mouldering away; only the upper rooms being inhabited.
9 It had, in its day, probably furnished employment to the inhabitants of the surrounding tenements.