Last week's question: Husband and wife David and Claire Burke have been together for 16 happy years, and credit their relationship's success to the fact that they have never lived under the same roof. If the British couple were to publish a marital-advice book based on their philosophy, what title could they give it?

Click here for the results of last week's contest: Eclipse rap

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "To Have and Two Homes"
Grant Sims, Nashville, Tenn.

SECOND PLACE: "Neighbors with Benefits"
Jeff Holmes, St. Paul, Minn.

THIRD PLACE: "As Long As We Both Shall Live... Apart"
Ken Kumor, Haddonfield, N.J.

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Coexistence at a Distance"
Thomas Carpenter, Lititz, Penn.

"Love, Remotely"
Jeff Morris, Alexandria, Va.

"Blissful No-habitation"
Carol Henn, Bethlehem, Penn.

"Til Death We're Apart"
Wendy Hooker, Humble, Texas

"Happy Spouse, Separate House"
Eliza Creedon, McKinney, Texas

"Home Alone Together"
Frank Morgan, New York City

"Apartners For Life"
Dorothy Auerbach, San Francisco

"Flipping Your Marriage"
John Hawley, Sunnyvale, Calif.

"Semi-Detached"
Barbara Carswell, New York City

"The Joy of Separation"
Jordan Austin, Port Hueneme, Calif.

"Six Miles of Separation"
Allen Sjoquist, Shoreline, Wash.

"Absence Makes the Marriage Last Longer"
Pamela Reifsneider, Yardley, Penn.

"Men are from Mars, Women are from Two Blocks Away"
Ronald G. Heiber, Mt. Pleasant, S.C.

"Mi Casa No Es Tu Casa"
Peggy Fletcher, Santa Barbara, Calif.

"Distant Relations"
Walter Smith, Washington, D.C.