When you’re living in a tent in Oklahoma, you can call it a “bunker,” “home” or “cave.”
But when it comes to living on the street, those terms don’t always refer to the same thing.
Here are some of the most common terms used to describe homeless people living in the city.
Tent or hut?
Tent, not a hut Tent.
A tent is defined as a flat surface with a floor or roof that is pitched to form a living area for humans.
A shelter is an open area that can be a place to sleep, a shelter bed or a place for a person to stay in an area.
It can also be a space for socializing and eating, like a shelter.
You may be surprised at the number of people living on each of these terms.
The term tent doesn’t usually refer to a tent as much as it does to a living space, but that’s not to say that there’s no overlap.
Tent and hut often have the same meaning.
Tent can be defined as, for example, a small room that has a bed or couch that is used for sleeping, sleeping on or for cooking.
Hut can also refer to an area where a homeless person can sleep and cook food.
Hut is usually a term used when a homeless individual is living in an RV or a camping vehicle that can’t be parked, so they use the term “hut” to refer to that particular location.
You can also see a definition of hut in the context of an RV.
A camp is an area in which homeless people can sleep, cook or clean food, and have a place where they can be supervised.
But there’s more to a camp than just a shelter, shelter and shelter.
There are also camps for people living off the grid, which is a term that describes a camp with no electricity, running water, toilets, showers or showers of any kind.
There’s also a camp where the homeless can live in an old trailer, or a camp that has been converted to a shelter with some kind of heating or cooling system.
You’ll find these camps called “bunkers.”
But what’s the difference?
Tent is an umbrella term that refers to a place that can have one or more people living there, or sleeping in a room or area.
The word tent comes from the Latin word “tentum,” which literally means “house.”
A tent house is a room with a roof, and is typically used to shelter people when there is a shortage of space.
Hut is also an umbrella word that refers, again, to a dwelling place, or room that can house a family of three or more.
Hut houses can also house a couple or a family living together.
You could find a tent house or a hut house in a small town or city in a few other locations.
But a hut is a much larger, much larger space.
When you think about it, there’s actually a lot of overlap between a hut and a tent, as well.
Hut refers to an apartment building that houses two or more living quarters.
There is also a term called a tent camp.
A “tents” refers to any area that houses a homeless population, either as a place they can live or as a living situation.
But when you’re looking at the most commonly used terms in the world, you’ll find that the two terms do have a lot in common.
Tent is a more general term that encompasses any area with people living inside it, and tents refers to people living indoors or in a trailer.
Hut means a tent with a bed and couch.
Hut doesn’t necessarily mean a place you can sleep or cook food, but it does mean a room where people can spend time together, where they share meals and socialize.
A person who sleeps on the floor of a hut can be called a “hunker,” and you can find a “temptress” who sleeps in a hut.
But while the term hut is used to refer only to people who live in camps, you may also find a person living on a roof who uses the term tent.
It may mean sleeping on a rooftop, or it may mean a sleeping space where you can cook, eat or shower.
But tent isn’t the only term that can refer to people sleeping outdoors.
You might also find that a homeless man is living on top of a tree, or in an abandoned building.
You don’t have to be a veteran to know the difference.
A homeless man living on rooftops, or at a shelter can be referred to as a “warden.”
And a homeless woman living on an empty house in Oklahoma can be considered a “camp” as well, since she can’t access the toilet or the shower.
You’d be surprised how