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- n. Alternative spelling of boarding house.
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- n. a private house that provides accommodations and meals for paying guests.
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- n. a private house that provides accommodations and meals for paying guests
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He tries to phone Suryeon, but the nearest phone to the boardinghouse is at the Wu house and Jongsuk is intercepting the calls.
Sometimes he called the boardinghouse and asked Mrs. O’Toole if he could speak with Theodora.
Impossible, also, to imagine him calling the boardinghouse again and again until finally Mrs. O’Toole said, “Listen, sugar.
She goes to a boardinghouse, which is run by an Irish landlady.
The bedroom at the top of the boardinghouse was a loft with two windows that looked up to the sky.
The boardinghouse will be the fourth door on your left.
Though I had returned to college and was again living next door on East Lawn, I was not now a regular guest at her table as I had been previously; yet I cannot recall the boardinghouse where I got my meals.
I found a cheap room in a kind of boardinghouse and stayed the night.
There were four such flats in each building, and each of the four was a "boardinghouse" for the occupancy of foreigners -- Lithuanians, Poles, Slovaks, or
There were four such flats in each building, and each of the four was a "boardinghouse" for the occupancy of foreigners -- Lithuanians, Poles, Slovaks, or Bohemians.
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