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living arrangements

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliving arrangementsliving arrangementsthe way someone organizes how and where they will live Her mother disapproved of the living arrangements, saying that two girls living with four boys was bound to cause problems. live
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living arrangementsBut I wish he'd civilize his living arrangements.In doing so they will not only be dealing with grief and loss, but also rethinking their own daily living arrangements.It was unclear Thursday whether there would be any change in Sun Bonds' living arrangements.Unfortunately for many of those affected, the amount provided was not nearly enough to pay for more expensive living arrangements.Make sure your children feel involved Children should be consulted about living arrangements, not just presented with an ultimatum.Kelly moved him to another school for a year before her living arrangements required her to put him back in West University.Also information about vocational functioning and living arrangements was gathered by interview.While hardly ideal, our living arrangements were suitably ascetic, and conducive to inner preparation.
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