Does A woman has a right on her husband for providing a separate house?

As from many Hadith and sunnah it is prove that man should provide a separate room to his wife.Can a woman has right on her husband that he provide him a separate house on her demand ,if he is living with is parent and they can live together without any issue? If yes than Is it okay for a man to leave his parents for her wife?

Divisional, continuation or two separate applications?

I have two related but distinct inventions, which I have drafted one specification for. What is the best strategy:

  1. file the specification with two sets of claims (which will include more than 20 claim fees), wait for a divisional, and then split the applications, or
  2. file an application with the specification and only one set of claims, but then shortly afterwards file a contination claiming the second invention, for which the claims are effectively in the first, or
  3. file two applications on the same day, with different claims but the same specification. In this case I might want to have a different title and abstract though. Would this trigger a provisional double-patenting objection?

I’ve looked at continuation-in-part applications, and can’t really see why anyone would file one.

Electroplating an alloy from separate metal solutions

Similarly to a question asked here, would mixing two solutions containing metallic ions in different proportions allow to electroplate something with the alloy of the metals? For example if I take a $ce{CuSO4}$ solution and mix it with a $ce{ZnSO4}$ solution, will I be able to electroplate brass? If I want to make 70/30 brass, would mixing a 0.7 mol/L and 0.3 mol/L solution work?

I know a “brass” solution can be made by reverse electroplating (is that the term?) a brass anode in an acid solution so mixing two solutions should have the same result, copper and zinc ions in a solution.

How do I block traffic to “evaluated” IPs without using a separate DNS?

To test the ‘truthfulness’ of a network function, I have set up a virtual machine running windows 10. I’m running the Microsoft network monitor on the virtual machine, and on the next level up, I’m comparing the network requests of the virtual box to the network requests that the virtual box claims that it made.

Note that the virtual box has no network requests until I start a VM.

My current method of trying to block these network requests is to use the hosts file for any domains, and the firewall for any IPs. The Firewall has been working fine so far, It’s the hosts file that’s giving me a headache.

There seem to be certain “Evaluated” domains that the hosts file will not block, and I need them blocked

for example, here are some domains that you cannot block with the hosts file:

How do I block requests to and from these addresses using only vanilla windows 10?

How to connect two devices connected to separate routers at home?

I have an ISP provided modem with DHCP on, then a Linksys router LAN connected on with ip 192.168.16 also with DHCP.

Then a Synology as it is connected to the Linksys router (

I want the Synology to talk and see my outdoor the IP camera that is connected to the ISP modem.

I cannot connect the camera to the router or the sinology to the modem, they need as they go to different rooms with internal cables. I don’t want to set the Linksys router in bridge mode or turn off DCHP here. I enjoy the security and features of the Linksys.

I tried to turn off the DCHP on the ISP modem but I couldn’t get online.

is there a way to forward ports or have some settings where devices in two different IP pools can see and talk to each other?

Word with separate translations in another language

Is there a name for the linguistic phenomenon of a word in language or dialect X with two or multiple meanings that have individual translations in language or dialect Y? For example, escada in Portuguese may refer to a ladder or stairs.

I know this is very common, but I’m wondering if there’s a technical term for it, especially when it involves common nouns.

Dubai Transit with separate different tickets with Afghan Passport

I am travelling with an Afghan passport and Canadian permanent resident card from Vancouver (YVR) to Kabul (KBL) via London (LHR) and Dubai (DXB) with two separate ticket bookings. The first one is with British Airways from YVR-LHR-DXB and the second from DXB-KBL is with Emirates.

I will arrive in Dubai T1 at 7:30 a.m. and my next flight DXB-KBL with Emirates leaves from Terminal 3 at 9:55 a.m. on the very same day with only 2.5 hours layover in Dubai.

I am carrying just my hand luggage.

I do not have Dubai transit visa, so can I just walk from T1 To T3 and get on board to my next flight with Emirates without the Dubai transit visa or without going through any immigration/custom clearance?