Household [adjective]

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It’s that feeling of being just on the border of satisfaction that made rice cakes such a staple in American households like mine during the late ’80s and ’90s.

Today, about 60% of New Yorkers live in a household with at least one immigrant.

Now, it’s back up to 40 — and Riccardo thinks it’ll rise again as outbreaks move from social settings like nightclubs into households again.

If multiple people in your household are voting by mail, don’t put more than one ballot into the return envelope.

There are roughly 29 million Americans receiving some form of jobless aid, and many households are struggling to pay their rent and other bills.

One in 10 households earns less than $10,000 a year, and rings of extreme poverty are growing on its outskirts even as the city center grows wealthier.

California American Water said it was actually the customers who “rigged the system” by over-reporting the size of their household, said Kevin Tilden, a spokesman for the company.

Nvidia isn’t a household name in the way that Intel was, a feat Intel accomplished with epic marketing that convinced consumers who wouldn’t know a byte from a bite that they needed Intel to be inside their computers.

In the same vein, you can get a table-tennis set for around $30 that turns any household table into the site of epic Ping-Pong tournaments.

Product shortages—both for pandemic-related supplies such as masks and sanitizer and also for basic household goods such as toilet paper—hit nationwide in February, March, and April as the country shut down and everyone who could holed up at home.