Recent Examples of room and board from the Web
The border missionaries provide their North Korean visitors with room and board, and those escaping with places to hide.
Tuition plus room and board at Newbury is around $47,000.
Just because a university makes a huge grant for tuition, room and board, doesn’t make other things affordable.
Newsletter Sign-up Mr. Startz estimates overall spending from international students—including room and board and other areas—is near $50 billion.
Specifically, funds will be used for CSO meetings supplies, travel, food, room and board for out-of-town training institutes and conferences, technology support, infrastructure, and communication.
The players also get room and board in the team’s home cities — no shoddy deal in the astronomically expensive Bay Area — plus travel and medical benefits.
The package of tuition, room and board is free with the assistance of state, local and private funding.
One year of tuition at Suffolk is $37,000, and the cost with room and board is $55,000.
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Definition of room and board for English Language Learners
: a place to stay with meals provided and included in the price
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