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“The expected criteria for those 50 units also will favor formally homeless people who have been in transitional housing or single-room occupancy units - criteria that was proposed to uphold the site's history.”
“When the Portola Valley School District realized its mid-century single-room schoolhouse straddled the San Andreas Fault — known for its earthquakes — they sold off the site to the town.”
“It was not uncommon to find six, seven, or sometimes eight extended family members living in a 7-foot-by-7-foot single-room shack.”
“Detectives discovered at about 1 a.m. Monday that Mr. Cox was staying at a single-room occupancy residence on Pacific Street in Crown Heights, and closed in for the arrest.”
“They converted the property from an single-room occupancy hotel to a one family residence.”
“As Dr. King once said, 'The time is always right to do what is right,' " said Howell, who attended a segregated, single-room school and led a sit-in at a whites-only lunch counter in Norfolk.”
“But if a gay Marine sharing a room with a straight one has the opposite effect, the Corps will adopt the single-room standard of the other services.”
“Here is where those who have dropped out of or been eliminated from the rat race of capitalism had historically congregated because of the area's cheap single-room occupancy housing.”
“Row after row of single-room mud huts with thatched roofs line the camp, punctuated by occasional piles of garbage and hand pumps, where women fill buckets and children (who should be in the camp's elementary school) bathe.”
“The captor pushed me across the paved road and down a dirt road toward a stucco single-room building.”
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