One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The Liberal Democrat campaigns chief, who knows the north west well, agrees that homes in multi-occupation, especially in areas such as Manchester, where there is a high population of students, are especially vulnerable.’
- ‘It has subsequently been utilised by a number of different companies and has been in multi-occupation.’
- ‘First stop along Rochdale Road, where the outer fringe of the city centre melds into Collyhurst, crumbling old warehouses, some empty, some in multi-occupation, are fronted by rubble-strewn vacant land.’
- ‘There is all the angst and conflict of the close confines of multi-occupation living and constant disagreements between neighbours - hence all the barking.’
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