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  • This year, if there's a break in the day, players run home to give their wives a rest and care for their newborn babies (as receiver Darius Reynaud does) or they house-hunt (as new center David Baas did Tuesday).

    Coughlin, Giants Adjusting to Life Without Two-a-Days

  • Please note that if you opt to house-hunt upon arrival at your new CONUS duty station, you can receive the TLE allowance—but not if you opt to house-hunt before you relocate.

    Married to the Military

  • For many spouses PCSing within CONUS, however, having control of where you live and advance planning are worth spending a weekend and a couple of hundred dollars to house-hunt.

    Married to the Military

  • Mrs. Bush plans to house-hunt in Houston later this month.

    Bush: The Fingers Of Blame

  • I thought it was the dawn of a new age - the age of being able to afford to house-hunt ahead of time and secure the house we wanted before we were chased to our new place by boxes, and movers, and stinky hotel rooms.

    House? What House? - SpouseBUZZ

  • The only other news I have this week is the successful house-hunt: James and I have found a flat and will be moving into it in March.

    …buying theatre tickets « Sven’s guide to…

  • We are probably heading back to New Town next Friday to continue the house-hunt, and I'd love to have a full draft I'm satisfied with by that time.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • And Web-savvy buyers are ready to house-hunt online.

    Real Estate: 4 Sale By Web Site

  • A day or two after the election, George said that I better head down to Houston and house-hunt yet again.

    Barbara Bush

  • Thanks, and for New Yorkers, happy house-hunt this summer. reply

    Real Estate vertical search with Trulia

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