- n. Plural form of lunchroom.
“The reason Cokes and Twinkies are sold in school lunchrooms is that registered dietians do not have enough authority over what is served.”
“When it came time to implement the postponed integration of restaurants and lunchrooms, representatives of the Atlanta student movement met with Police Chief Jenkins to administer the agreement, including plans for the first day of legal integration.”
“School lunchrooms and vending machines overflow with junk food and "sports drinks.”
“So THAT's what those big bottles of ranch dressing were for in our highschool lunchrooms!”
“Cornell's focus will be developing "smart lunchrooms" that guide kids to make good choices even when more tempting ones are around.”
“Where I work we have six TVs in various lunchrooms.”
“With students back at their desks, lunchrooms are also about to be bustling once again with the rekindling of friendships, brown paper sacks, and lunch trays full of school lunch.”
“Baseball clubhouses are much like junior-high lunchrooms, in that the cool kids divide themselves from the un-cool; the studs distance themselves from the geeks.”
“The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 directs the U.S. Department of Agriculture to set new nutrition standards for all food served in schools, from lunchrooms to vending machines.”
“Growing up in Brooklyn's Flatbush neighborhood, Mr. London performed in high-school talent shows, rapped in lunchrooms and studiously consumed the discographies of older Brooklyn-based artists like the Notorious B.I.G. and Jay-Z.”
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