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hot bunk
 n.— «Hot desking—also known as “location-independent working”—derives its name from the naval practice of “hot bunking,” where sailors on different shifts would share the same bunk to save space.» —“Civil servants will ‘hot desk’ to cut costs” by Robert Watts Telegraph (U.K.) June 27, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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