Definitions

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  • n. The short-term provision of office space to workers who are either temporary, or who usually work elsewhere

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 'hotelling' holiday and she sat on the boat and was taken care of.

    NOW Magazine

  • "In a 'hotelling' environment they are encouraged to become independent, acting as a transition between hospital and home.

    BBC News - Home

  • We just arrived in our rental house in Languedoc after 5 hotelling days without internet, amazing how we rely on it!

    cramer - French Word-A-Day

  • The “hotelling” models include banking and borrowing, but no models include agricultural offsets.

    Wonk Room » Brookings: Fears That Cap And Trade Will Hurt Farmers Are Baseless

  • We just arrived in our rental house in Languedoc after 5 hotelling days without internet,amazing how we rely on it!

    cramer - French Word-A-Day

  • First, we tried hotelling it, and we took a hotel apartment furnished, and dined at the hotel table, until I certainly thought I should go off, I got so tired of it.

    Through the Eye of the Needle A Romance

  • It has six single en-suite "hotelling rooms" designed by Paul Carter, whose clients include

    BBC News - Home

  • So my new plan is to use our newfound hotelling skills to plan and build a new floating convention hotel in the middle of the sea.

    Danny O'Brien's Oblomovka

  • Pizza, for me then, is sort of a twisted, backwards culinary interpretation of the hotelling phenomenon. without going back to econ 100A with professor olney, i’ll just say that it doesn’t really matter what pizza tastes like because i’ll just go to the place that will “minimize the average traveling costs.”

    Archive 2005-03-01

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