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- n. Plural form of room.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of room.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. apartment consisting of a series of connected rooms used as a living unit (as in a hotel)
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In retrospect, one thing I wish is it had been possible for me to shoot that piece with a male subject, or that I had liked the title rooms with person: it's very hard to move photographs of women outside the question of gender, particularly when domestic space is involved, and to me gender was never the subject of the work.
Chuck the thing about the hotels jacking up the rates for the rooms is a possibility, but mid-july is typically a dead time of year for conventions in vegas and the rooms can be had for a reasonable rate.
Setting up the furniture and the rooms is the best part!
Only partially the organization of the rooms is a direct consequence of the rigid outer form.
You can join "rooms" (groups) according to your interests.
The order and cleanliness of the rooms is exemplary.
The main rooms are cleaned professionally on a weekly basis, but they are dirty and messy within hours after her departure.
The distinction between the "best rooms" and the family rooms is now very pronounced in much home building.
The answer could be simply to have the District Court rent more rooms from the City, like it already does, and then use the dark rooms for other services and administration at a lower cost than renting space from private owners in other buildings that they presently are located in.
I've been in rooms with him and Scorsese, and I just stay away.
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