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(Oh the temptation, were I a guest, to roll up looking like an unmade dosshouse bed!)
She was determined to graft her way out of her impoverished circumstances, from living in a dosshouse basement which she scrubbed until her hands were red raw.
IN trouble back home in Canada, young crime reporter Jeremy Mercer fled to Paris in 2000, winding up at the legendary secondhand bookshop Shakespeare and Company, which doubles as a dosshouse if proprietor George Whitman takes a shine to you.
Therefore it's entirely appropriate that the Beeb, as one of the commercial backers of the FA enterprise, should have their people housed within the England hotel out here in Lisbon while the rest of us hacks have our own press dosshouse just down the road.
Britain has now become a soft touch, a dosshouse for flotsam and jetsam no other self-respecting state would allow to set foot on their soil.
"The Seanad is a dosshouse, the sooner we abolish it the better.
In the lavish set designed by Ian MacNeil the Birling's dining room is confined to a dosshouse perched precariously above a cobbled post-blitz street.
But then the man was at the end of his tether after his daughter disappeared from the posh family home for days and turned up in a place known locally as the dosshouse.