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  • n. One who lives in the same hall of residence.


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hall +‎ mate


  • I actually said something about this out loud to my hallmate as I sent him a link to this site.

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  • Of course UNC basketball players are all around here and I remember JR Reid coming to our dorm to date a hallmate and I've seen Michael Jordon around and I kind of know Hubert and Montross but not really.

    most of my heroes don't appear on no stamps

  • My hallmate at seminary, Scott Albergate, didn't call it Pravda for nothing.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • I remember seeing Jamie and John Schultz (my G'ville 2nd West hallmate) perform as the Highlanders at the Cradle, Jamie possibly in a leather shirt with a lace-up collar?

    gonna have a party when the bouncers leave

  • A hallmate of mine found this out and we made arrangements to see


  • To my hallmate: I am not a morning person, so how about you cool it with the "Good Morning!" and I'll cool it with the death stare.

    Daily Tar Heel RSS

  • To defend Ricardo, Emmanuel, and my hallmate Pierre-Olivier, I at least think their model does have reserve accumulation by central banks: that is what pushes the safe real interest rate into the dynamically inefficient range.

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • "I like how you say that with a smile on your face," my hallmate Vinayak '09 told me that Sunday night, genuinely pleased. "'

    MIT Admissions

  • My sophomore year hallmate was about to file for bankruptcy because she had a bad shopping habit and too many store credit cards. liv @ 4: 37 pm September 23rd, 2008 (


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