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an associate who shares an apartment with you

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Dubai: A worker, who pushed his flatmate from the second floor of a building and killed him, lost his appeal and will undergo life imprisonment, a court ruled on Tuesday.
Flatmates stopped him and I was taken to hospital," he testified.
Cannon and his flatmate Stuart Clark, 22, earlier had not guilty pleas accepted to culpably and recklessly putting five "hydrogen bombs" under a car in Dechmont.
I have no idea why he took the selfie but I imagine he probably volunteered to take it as he's not afraid to shy away from anything,"Innes' flatmate Chris Tundogan told MailOnline.
I decided my imaginary student flatmates would be a) clever enough to shop somewhere with fresh milk and b) kind enough to let me have some.
Last night Amparo and his flatmates were facing another night on the street along with a group of Indian men.
Over the course of the evening, while watching the two interact, she started to wonder if there was more between Anthony and his flatmate than met the eye.
David James, marketing director for Consumer, BT Retail, said: It s great to have Samantha Bond join the cast of the BT flatmates in our new YouView ad.
The Filipino, who works as a sales executive, is believed to have breached the modesty of his two compatriot female flatmates by fixing a hidden camera in the ceiling of their private bathroom in the house they shared with the man and his wife.
Lauren suggests they set up their own operation called 1900-MMM-HMMM, and the saucy venture flourishes, sowing the seeds of friendship between the flatmates.
You'll be living like flatmates, instead of like ex-boyfriend and girlfriend.
AN Indian housemaid, who wants to return home to be with her sick husband, has been stranded in Bahrain for over a year after flatmates left her with a five-month rent bill.
When it came to overnight guests, most felt it was fine for a flatmate's partner to stay the night once or twice a week, while 81 per cent felt flatmates who have regular overnight guests should chip in more for bills.
More than half (51%) want to live with somebody who is intelligent and tidy, as they confess that their actual flatmates drive them mad because they eat each other's food and are unbearably messy.
Jan also had a wonderfully mischievous sense of humour, so woe betide her flatmates if they pinched her coffee