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  • n. Plural form of suite.

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Examples

  • Since access to these suites is restricted, we're here to give a taste of what else is happening in Park City besides movie screenings and premieres.

    MTV Crashes A Sundance Celebrity Swag Suite, And We’ve Returned With Photos » MTV Movies Blog

  • Knight Frank One of the bedroom suites is in the tower, accessed via a staircase from the first floor.

    Florence Farmhouse

  • This service competes with Microsoft Sharepoint and similar hosted suites from the likes of YouSendIt and Box. net, says general manager Jimmy Tam.

    Small companies take on Microsoft

  • The performance itself was spectacular -- scenes from all six movies on a humungous LED screen while a tremendous live orchestra played a series of symphonic suites from the films, all held together by Anthony Daniels telling the story.

    Heading for Albuquerque

  • The new hotel, operated by Marriott International Inc., will offer 245 bedrooms, including 38 Victorian suites from the original building.

    St. Pancras Hotel Set for May

  • Will we have to create special ‘dolphin suites’? on February 6, 2008 at 4: 11 am | Reply joker the lurcher as a reader of the furry persuasion, all i can say is, er, woof … on February 6, 2008 at 7: 39 am | Reply Bert Rustle

    Nobody likes to mess with Dave « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Future stadiums might also include more interactive technology in suites, such as voice-activated features or the ability to choose from different camera angles, adds Jonathan Knight, a principal at HOK.

    Upgraded technology aids stadium viewing

  • Trashing luxury hotel suites is only part of being a scientist!

    Assessing Causality

  • -- The death of online office suites is greatly exaggerated.

    Coffee Break: Dec. 19

  • The men in suites will look at Eragon's failure and proclaim that fantasy is dead, without ever once considering that maybe John Malkovich is a poor substitute for Ian McKellen and that cheaply CGI'd Dragons are no match for the decade plus of painstaking, loving, obsession that went into bringing Tolkien to the screen.

    Archive 2006-12-01

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