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Synonyms for parlour

Synonyms for parlour

reception room in an inn or club where visitors can be received


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a room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax

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Residents of the federal capital have appealed to higher authorities to take strict action against these beauty parlours and boutiques and to shift them into commercial areas from the residential areas.
Police first raided one of the most sought-after massage parlours on Tuesday and arrested eight people, including six women.
MUSCAT:A Customers of the massage parlours get more than they bargain for when they walk behind the curtains for a relief to their nagging muscular pains.
17 (ANI): Militants, purportedly affiliated to the Taliban, have sent threatening letters to two beauty parlours here, asking them to close their businesses or face the consequences.
Farrell's is counting on the return of customers who grew up attending parties at the parlours in the '60s, '70s, and early 80s and who are expected to come back with their own children to the revived chain.
I looked at a lot of parlours, some nice ones and some mistakes and I learned from that,' he said.
It has grown through the opening of new ice cream parlours in neighbouring towns in North Wales and elsewhere
Every Japanese city seems studded with pachinko parlours, easily detectable by their bright signs in rather pretty pastel-coloured fluorescent tubes.
It lists all the best massage parlours within handy reach of all the major junctions.
According to the NGO, shady tea shops and video parlours running in the Capital's underbelly are serving porn and drugs to slum kids who are deprived of education and healthy means of recreation.
ISLAMABAD, July 03, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Hundreds of Beauty Parlours operating with non professional beauty experts are reportedly not following health safety standards while carrying out make ups in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
Lahore, May 8 (ANI): Marred by sagging tax revenue collections, the government in Pakistan's Punjab Province is toying with the idea of bringing beauty parlours and private education institutions into the tax net.
Since Cadwalader's was taken over by the present owners in 1984, the company has gradually grown through opening new ice cream parlours in neighbouring towns, such as Pwllheli, Porthmadog and Llandudno.
I had been looking at parlours in a number of countries I have visited over several years so I had done a lot of research into the type of parlour I wanted.