Recent Examples of roommate from the Web
Mercury goes direct now in Sagittarius, assuring a lively roommate for Venus.
Aranda, 41, was a college roommate of Texas coach Tom Herman at California Lutheran, and Aranda is a former University of Houston linebackers coach and Texas Tech graduate assistant.
The Daily Beast reported that five people, including an ex-boyfriend and a former roommate of the accuser who both spoke on the record, corroborated some of the details of the woman’s story.
Living without a roommate is seen as a luxury to many millennials.
Nationally about 30 percent of adults aged 23-65 lived with a roommate or parent in 2016, according to the report.
In 1990, a former college roommate introduced him to Maureen O’Brien Levitan, whose husband had died in an accident.
The couple crammed a few belongings into bags, and grabbed their Chihuahua mix and two dogs owned by a roommate who was away.
His new looper is Luke Reardon, a close friend since their junior golf days in Queensland and a school roommate.
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