Staying somewhere

Staying somewhere   
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Depending on how long he was staying somewhere for sometimes he would be ask to contribute towards costs, he said, but he would cook his own food so he didn't have to rely on them.
A number of homes have already been searched in a bid to locate Stoker, who is from Sunderland and is believed to be staying somewhere in the city.
Cho, who is staying somewhere in the United States, is suspected of having ordered his staff in February last year to draw up the 67-page-long contingency plan to declare martial law.
Judith Mckay wrote: "As long as it is staying somewhere in the town who cares.
So if you're staying somewhere central, it's really easy to get around.
Is it a case of going somewhere, being in a very strong squad and potentially being in the mix of winning something or is it staying somewhere and trying to do your damnedest and make something happen?
The description reads: "Fancy staying somewhere a little different?
He wanted to see his girlfriend Kourtney and their kids, but when he found out that some family members are at the beach house, he started to think about staying somewhere else because he didn't want to see Kim Kardashian.
The 37-year-old was last known to be living in Southacre Avenue, Highgate, and officers suspect he is staying somewhere in the Birmingham area.
That decision has electrified others in the fashion world, including Anna Wintour, Love magazine editor Katie Grand, and designers like Tomas Meier, creative director of Bottega Veneta, who told The Advocate that he would be staying somewhere "more human rights-friendly" on his next trip to Milan.
Mendez said they had received an intelligence tip that Rosal was staying somewhere in Caloocan City.
A spokesman said: "Our message to everyone is to behave responsibly when they are staying somewhere that has a balcony.