clubroom


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a room used for the activities of a club

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Woodfield Creekstone is a garden-style apartment community with resident amenities that include a clubroom with cyber cafe, business center, resort style pool and pool lounge with flat screen TV, fitness center, and movie theatre.
The four young men on the right at the front are the Smith brothers, who used to rehearse in the clubroom.
The building was a 1930s garage that retains most of its period features but now has a clubroom complete with a pool table, screen for films and games, a period pinball machine and catering facilities.
Plans for the building include a dedicated clubroom for teenagers, a David Nash gallery, theatre, cinema and performance space, cafe bar, education rooms for art and IT, a music room.
Property 4: Stained clubroom carpeting; greasy plate of cookies out on table with fruit flies buzzing around; leasing professional dressed more like someone from an escort service than a professional salesperson (and she smelled like cigarette smoke).
CLEVELAND Model Railway Club was getting all "steamed up" for its grand open day today at its clubroom in St Aidan's Church Hall, Boosbeck.
The stables themselves were converted into a clubroom for band practice and a games room provided the usual pastimes.
8m high clubroom a unique quality of dappled light.
30pm in the Retired Employees Association clubroom on Kelloe Street, Moor End.
The UNGA said it recognizes the People's Republic of China government in Beijing as the sole legitimate representative of China, and only member states can address journalists at the clubroom inside the U.
The Grange of Welwyn dealership entailed the complete renovation of an existing timber framed building and has an elegant open plan layout including split level gallery space, marble floors and clubroom lounge areas for customers.
The jurors then met on May 7, 2003 from 8:30am to 1:00pm in the Clubroom of the Munich House of Artists.
At this point in the story, though, Baltzell disappoints: He permits himself to be drawn into the clubroom grumblings of his class and to portray what succeeded the Protestant Establishment as an anarchic, immoral, left-wing dystopia of social leveling and excessive state power.
The project will include a clubroom and bar area, fitness centre, resort-style pool and 337 parking spaces.