28-day shuffle
 n.— «The hoteliers are accused of enforcing a practice known as the “28-day shuffle,” which requires occupants to “move out” every 28 days, be it for a night or a week, thus enabling the hotels to avoid providing basic tenant’s rights.» —“[Even Less Housing] (Un)Doing the Shuffle” by Krista Walton City Beat (Los Angeles, California) Apr. 6, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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