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“Egyptian Facebook users also tend to use the semi-private platform to make friends rather than to stay in touch with existing ones, as is more typical in the US, for example.”
“My friend Jules Polonetsky, the former head of AOL's privacy practice, says that there is a complex line between purely private sharing, and semi-private sharing.”
“The comfort concept carries through to the dining room, which will have three fireplaces and a 20-seat semi-private space available for events.”
“She is shelling out for semi-private classes until the crowds thin out.”
“For instance, he says his royal household sources told him William wanted a semi-private wedding in the more intimate St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, where Prince Charles married his second wife, Camilla, in 2005.”
“Off the seating area are a dozen or so semi-private booths where, when your name is called, you enter and share your problem.”
“The only bill I would get is the 30$/night extra I would pay to upgrade from a semi-private hospital room to a private room.”
“Martin and Laura at a semi-private booth in the low light at the back of the restaurant.”
“Decorated with mosaic tiles and iron chandeliers, Pizzeria da Marco 8008 Woodmont Ave; 301-654-6083; pizzeriadamarco.net will seat up to 130 customers in 5,000 square feet of restaurant, including two semi-private party spaces.”
“It stimulates a revolving door (or revolving trough) for influence-peddling Suits, as they go from government to the semi-private sector and consulting.”
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