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Synonyms for live together

share living quarters

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MORE and more people in the UK are choosing to live together without getting married, yet we still don't have any legal protection for couples if the relationship breaks down.
We hope that the Government will support Lord Lester's "Cohabitation Bill" which he will be introducing in the Lords in December, aimed at giving rights to couples who live together.
Two young unmarried people may choose to live together and have sex and children without holy wedlock, thinking that since no one else is involved it's purely a personal matter.
Standing in front of his siblings at a press conference Wednesday, Charles Higgins II said the most important thing for them is to have a place to live together.
In a February 8 letter to the people of Torit, the bishop explained his desire "to begin a simple village that will bring together different tribes that will live together in harmony and be a 'flame of peace' in Sudan.
Besides, he says, "I finally wanted to see another movie besides Parting Glances in which two grown gay men get to live together and negotiate a relationship instead of one hapless gay guy spending his screen time chasing an unavailable hottie.
FOR A FEW WEEKS EACH SUMMER, A GROUP OF ISRAELI AND PALESTINIAN TEENAGERS LEARN TO LIVE TOGETHER AT A CAMP IN MAINE.
There is no provision in the tax code similar to section 1041 for transfers of property between unmarried individuals who live together and later separate.
How do people who have spent years fighting one another begin to live together like the neighbors they are?
More than 15 studies have shown that HIV, the virus that leads to AIDS, doesn't spread between family members just because they live together.
DETROIT -- Fifth graf, first sentence of release should read: Surprisingly, 25 percent of boomer caregivers surveyed now live together with their parents (sted Surprisingly, 25 percent of boomers now live together with their parents).
LIZ Hurley claims she and former long-term boyfriend Hugh Grant will live together again if they both fail to find new partners.
The Supreme Court had on March 23 threw its weight behind live-in relationships, observing that for a man and a woman in love, to live together is part of the right to life, and not a "criminal offence".
Help me kill him and we will live together and split the money," he said.
But it stopped short of awarding couples who live together the same rights as married couples.