Recent Examples of roommate from the Web
Maria Cavazos said her cousin was dedicated to his job and insisted on going to work Tuesday despite warnings from his roommate and the blessings of his boss not to show up that day.
On the 10th anniversary of Meredith Kercher's death, her roommate Amanda Knox wrote a tribute that was published online Wednesday that recounts the months the two spent together in Perugia, Italy.
Her roommate Betty Neumann, nursing her right wrist from a flood cleanup fall, agreed.
Brianna alleged her roommate was rude to her and posted Snapchat videos of her sleeping.
Pitts runs to the sideline and is met first by Carroll, his roommate, as the entire team piles on.
His company, the Lighthouse, which doesn’t take insurance, charges $12,500 a month for a room with a roommate or $15,500 for a private room.
One roommate will call the new rug blue, another will call it green
The home owners will match roommates for maximum compatibility, efficiency, and chore-doing, based on your application and subsequent interviews.
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