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  • n. Plural form of cafeteria.

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Examples

  • In California, a new law requiring schools in California to have free drinking water available in cafeterias is awaiting the signature of Governor Schwarzenegger.

    Delia Lloyd: Drinking Fountains Make a Comeback, With a Twist!

  • At a time when childhood obesity is an epidemic and adult obesity is becoming the norm, many public schools have dropped physical education classes, ended recess, and continue to offer a cornucopia of junk food in cafeterias and vending machines, all in the name of budget cutting.

    Dr. Jim Taylor: S.T.A.M.P.E.R. not S.T.E.M. for Public Education Reform

  • The long, LONG overdue fight over the junk food available in school cafeterias is heating up, as USA Today shows.

    08/23/2005

  • The government provides schools with 15 to 20 percent of the food served in cafeterias, which is consumed by 30 million students.

    GAO: Information on recalled food slow to reach schools

  • Crowded areas with lots of food. (aka cafeterias and food courts) 7.

    superhero99 Diary Entry

  • In some dining halls - no longer called cafeterias - sandwiches, fajitas and stir-fry can be made to order.

    chicagotribune.com -

  • In his city of Sao Paulo, a cosmopolitan, sprawling metropolis, high-end coffee places dishing out espressos and other specialty drinks are starting to replace traditional "cafeterias," once-ubiquitous stores that served drip coffee in demitasses.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

  • This includes the duty to see that classroom enrollment is as equal as reasonably possible across the county's classrooms and that other facilities such as cafeterias, libraries, etc., are not overburdened.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • With a master plan focusing on merging the four towers into one unified element linking both street and pedestrian traffic, Steven Holl Architects created what they coined a "Social Bracket," housing supporting programs for the towers, such as cafeterias, gyms, and cultural organizations.

    Interior Design Industry News

  • The real measure of school capacity is determined by how many students can realistically use the core facilities, such as cafeterias, libraries, auditoriums, computer labs, gymnasiums and restrooms.

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