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housing in Technology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhousinghous‧ing /ˈhaʊzɪŋ/ ●●○ W2 noun  1 [uncountable]HOME the houses or conditions that people live in health problems caused by bad housing a scheme to provide affordable housing for local people2 [uncountable]HOME the work of providing houses for people to live in government housing policy public services such as education, housing and transport3 [countable]T a protective cover for a machine the engine housing
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housingAny plan that can provide affordable housing would be a plus.This included the poll tax and changes in health provision, unemployment and housing benefits and education.The council is making a great effort to provide cheap housing and more public facilities.Hundreds of students are still looking for housing near campus.Investment in housing, transport, education and social services would have risen with a Labour victory.The future must bring increased availability of housing and social facilities.A joint commission was established to co-ordinate actions on economy, law, pensions, housing, energy and ecology.public housingThe company was quite aware of the housing problems, and rented accommodation wherever it was available.Most of the housing in the area is sub-standard and nothing is being done to improve it.the housing authority