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  • n. Plural form of laundrette.


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  • Also need to convert some closet space into stackable washer/dryer "laundrettes" in each unit.

    Gray Monday

  • Before Fuel together with writer Jessica Falzoi we formed the Poets Party where we organised creative writing workshops, poetry and live music events inside unconventional spaces: such as laundrettes, stables, shop fronts, restaurants, old castles outside Berlin.

    Brit Lit Blogs

  • Marvelously, this perky London trio are fresh from a tour of performing in the nation's laundrettes and, having also performed in sub-post offices, are laying plans to play newsagents and pet shops, too.

    This week's new singles

  • A spotlight appeared shining down onto the linoleum floor, glittering off their jewelry, as they formed a half circle, and the laundrettes proprietor, an elderly Sikh man Amrita had known as long as she'd been in London, came running across the room until five metres away from the gyrating women his legs splayed and he slid the rest of the distance, finishing in a split.

    FISH/SEX excerpt (Pradesh)

  • The guidebook has addresses for laundrettes, though, so that's ok.

    Higgledy piggledy

  • Prato, 29 October (AKI) - The northern Italian city of Prato has decided to ban the sale of sex-shops, laundrettes and the sale of kebabs in the city-centre.

    Gates of Vienna

  • Spend too much time alone in cafés and laundrettes

    Vice Magazine


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