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  • n  an associate who shares a room with you

  • The good news for Apatow and his long-ago roomie Adam Sandler is that their film topped the weekend box office at domestic theaters.
  • You can dodge most roomie issues completely, according to Calarco, by sitting down during your first week together and asking each other three simple questions:.
  • The new roomie: Sophomore William Roosevelt, 20, son of Elliott.
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  • Netflix Profiles: One Step Up, Two Steps Back
    If you use Netflix in a home with kids or roommates, you already know the problem with the recommendation system: It's based on everything everyone watches. When you and your spouse sit down after the little ones have gone to bed, Netflix suggests another Disney movie because your kids just watched Mulan. Or it recommends Star Trek because your roomie is a sci-fi junkie. The company's new ...
    Aug. 2, 2013 - Forbes

  • Tommy Lasorda in
    He represented the Dodgers to the highest degree of class, dignity and character,said Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda, who roomed with Podres. "He was a great roomie, a great teammate, and a great friend."
  • Curtis Granderson in
    I was joking when he came in after his second inning, 'That's my roomie. That's my roomie,'Granderson said.
  • Braydon Coburn in Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
    Obviously I am a little sad to see Lupes (Lupul) and my roomie Sbisa take off,Coburn said. "But to add a guy like Chris is great. I am excited to watch him play and learn from him and see him on an every day basis. The guy has been the MVP...

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