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boardroom

a. a room where the board of directors of a company meets
b. (as modifier): a boardroom power struggle
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Donna Cook, a conference services manager, said she panicked when she started experiencing hot flashes in the board room.
Friday and Saturday in the board room at Antelope Valley College, 3041 W.
At CorSolutions, our commitment to measurably improving lives is good medicine and good business -- from the exam room to the board room.
To commemorate the actual anniversary, the college hosted a Town and Gown Conference on Friday in the campus board room.
She has a strong business education and a great record in a variety of business dealings, and we look forward to her contributions in the Board room.
The Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board sat through three hours of testimony and was about to deliberate when staffers from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California building, where the water board rents its meeting space, said the board room would have to close.
We will miss his presence in the board room and wish him all of the best.
Alaska Airlines board room members and full-fare first class fliers passing through Sea-Tac International Airport's North Satellite terminal will have a new place to relax when Alaska's second Seattle board Room opens next month.
20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Alaska Airlines Board Room members and full-fare first class fliers passing through Sea-Tac International Airport's North Satellite terminal will have a new place to relax when Alaska's second Seattle Board Room opens next month.
GARY Hoffman and Joe Elliott paid at the gates and stood among the City fans after being told they were persona non grata in the board room at Nuneaton Town.
Alaska Airlines, a subsidiary of Alaska Air Group (NYSE:ALK), on Monday said that it is extending the hours that members can visit its board room airport lounges in Anchorage, San Francisco, Seattle and Portland, Oregon.