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  • Sometimes their books were in YA, and sometimes they were in the grown-up section, so I kind of time-shared between the two.

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  • Walter had told Adriana that he time-shared it with his ex, but after they arrived yesterday morning and Adriana had done a quick tour of the place, the first thing she said was, "This doesn't seem like you at all."


  • Subsequent to that, I saw a number of land rushes, including one so bad that the media wrote about a man who time-shared an apartment, so he had a bed but not 24-hour access.

    Alison Rogers: That's Life in the Big City

  • David and Marlene Lynch of Hayward, Calif., had accumulated a house, two cars, a 401 (k) plan and a couple of time-shared vacation retreats during a 10-year marriage.

    The Spoils Of Marriage

  • Different people with time-shared minds though, which explains their political bias.

    Sound Politics: Speaking of the death of the mainstream media

  • Vint Cerf: One of the features of this Arpanet is that the machines that were connected to it were time-shared.

    How the Web Was Won

  • Maybe Ford gets squeezed in or his "half staff honor" will be a time-shared one.

    "Our long national nightmare is over."

  • BTW, are “children = property” eg. vacation homes to be ‘time-shared’?

    A Bunch-O-Links And A Story

  • The little alien had two sensor stalks pointed at her pets; the third was time-shared between Kyle and routine scanning of the room.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Slows down Test and Dev SOA users as non-production hardware appliances are time-shared for staging and testing.

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