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a small tent used as a dressing room beside the sea or a swimming pool

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The cabanas, priced BD120net, are open from 9am to 9pm and children are welcome to use the Azure Pool facilities over the weekend with parents.
The 38-year old Cabanas, according to Soriano, was also accused of posing as a volunteer of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) in a bid to justify his ownership of several firearms.
The CIDG said they seized from Cabanas a pistol and two sniper rifles, 234 bullets of various caliber, and a bullet-proof vest with an NBI marking.
Cabana at Address Dubai Mall has officially reopened its doors after an extensive renovation, unveiling a stylish new decor that brings a sense of class and sophistication.
Las Cabanas occupies the eighth floor of Campbell Gray Living Amman, a development by Al Seraje Real Estate, a subsidiary of the Audeh Group.
Hugging the adult pool, four luxury cabanas provide ocean views and lounge space both shaded and exposed.
NEWCASTLE'S new Brazilian restaurant Cabana will be giving back to the needy in South Amercian country.
Cabanas had earlier served as a business development officer for Fiduciary Trust International of the South from 2006 to 2013.
The search for victims of the landslide, which tore through the village of Cambray II Thursday after heavy rain, resumed at dawn Tuesday with the help of a Mexican team with trained rescue dogs, according to Sergio Cabanas, head of the government's disaster response program.
Oh, those lucky 60 families who've managed to snare a space at the White Sands beach cabanas. A quiet piece of Sarasota history, the Sarasota School of Architecture-designed cabana complex is set on seven beachfront acres behind a pair of gates off Midnight Pass Road, midway between Siesta Public Beach and Crescent Beach.
THE SCENE There are two huge swimming pools that are edged with sandy beaches, cabanas and even a lazy river.
Cuba's top diplomat in the United States, Jose Ramon Cabanas Rodriguez, may be a man of his time.