How To Use Hall of residence In A Sentence

  • We drank and partied with my parents, the other new lecturers, the German lector, Klaus, the French lecteur, Patrice, Russell a student and poet with long, thin hair, Vicky, a German student, and Andy who ran the hall of residence.
  • Avoid long commutes; make sure your hall of residence is close to your school. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rincewind's room number in his hall of residence had been 7a.
  • To add insult to injury, I never heard the last of it when I got back to uni, as - to put it kindly - he wasn't the best looking of gentlemen, and had picked me up from my hall of residence in the mankiest looking car you ever saw in your life. Archive 2009-06-01
  • I'm staying in a youth hostel which, for the other 11 months of the year when there's no major festival going on is a university hall of residence.
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  • Or that furtive-looking microbiologist in your hall of residence, who never spoke but ended up getting a first?
  • Avoid long commutes; make sure your hall of residence is close to your school. Times, Sunday Times
  • It happened on Friday evening as players, many of them accompanied by their parents, were relaxing at the student hall of residence in south Manchester.
  • I know they are in one of the bin liners I stuffed full of clothes when I was politely asked to vacate my hall of residence at the University of Westingshire.
  • The first is how to define household contacts when the index patient lives in a hall of residence containing several hundred students.
  • With double bedrooms and spacious common areas fitted with designer furniture, the atmosphere is relaxed, reminiscent of a university hall of residence. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Yorkshire Post understands she had signed up for two months' French study with the Alliance Francaise in Lyon and was living in a university hall of residence.
  • Having had a good day of golf and wine with the two Jims and myself, he retired to his room in the monastic student hall of residence.
  • I suppose at my advanced age I am more inclined to the comfortable surroundings of a posh city centre hotel, rather than a university hall of residence.
  • Actually, maybe there was one time, when I threw up on the steps of the University of London post-grad hall of residence in Paddington in my second week in London in 1981.
  • You also may hear from your old department or your hall of residence about reunions they are organising.

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