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be domiciled in

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe domiciled inbe domiciled in formalSCLto live in a particular place domiciled
Examples from the Corpus
be domiciled inMost offshore funds are domiciled in Guernsey, Dublin or Luxembourg.A person may be resident in more than one country but at any given time he/she can only be domiciled in one.Broadly speaking you are domiciled in the country in which you have your permanent home.According to the traditional concept of domicile, a person was domiciled in the country where he had his roots.Y is domiciled in the United Kingdom.
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