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  • n. Plural form of flatshare.


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  • They had inevitably dated but remained readable providing a good fictional account of the times and we all then had a wallowing nostalge about life in London flatshares in the 1970's when the rent was £2.50 a week each.

    Endsleigh Salon - The Test of Time

  • Happy flatshares often fall apart over the politics of the shared fridge.

    Boing Boing

  • "Larger flatshares are becoming more and more commonplace as the cost of living rises, and having four or five flatmates is not just limited to time spent in student digs," said Mr Moore. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Always the best of Friends as Britons head back to rent Friends-style flatshares could become more popular in the UK . - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • "None," says Kristina. zweite-hande. de is the biggest private advertising list, like Loot, with scores of flats and hundreds of flatshares. tip-berlin. de, both listings mags have ample adverts for flatshares.

    The Guardian World News

  • Does anyone here have any advice on how to find flatshares or apartments in south Delhi?

    Ask MetaFilter


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