Dining hall


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Dining hall

A large room in a school or other institution for group dining.
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For example, when the campus hosts a speaker, that person might sit with students at a long table in the dining hall for an informal discussion before the speech.
Apparently, the staff directed her to another dining hall ( located on the first floor) in the temple where food is served to people from nonpriestly class ( non- Brahmins).
When you're paying that much for a dining plan, some people feel a bit more entitled to taking things from the dining hall," Warrick said.
The workers noted a tradeoff, however--students broke more dishes and left more of a mess at dining hall tables once trays were removed, according to findings published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Richard Tattersfield, headteacher at the Bournville-based college, said: "The apprentices spent the entire day undertaking a huge challenge to transform our main dining hall, bringing it up-to-date by repainting the walls and providing general maintenance to its surroundings.
College head teacher Richard Tattersfield said: "The apprentices spent the entire day undertaking a huge challenge to transform our main dining hall, bringing it up-to-date by repainting the walls and providing general maintenance to its surroundings.
The school's chair of governors, Coun Jim Foreman, said: "The children have definitely risen to the challenge of designing their new dining hall and I think it's fair to say they've opted for radical change.
The present kitchen, which opened in 1950, will be transformed into offices and a reception for the centre, and the dining hall will expand to seat an additional 48 people.
Handling a food allergy within the confines of a college dining hall can be tricky, and the number of students in Flanagan's position is only growing; food allergies in children increased nearly 20 percent between 1997 and 2007, according to a study by the National Center for Health Statistics.
We have to promote healthy eating but how can we do this when takeaway food is allowed into dining halls and schools?
IMPOSING Bridge House, in an idyllic riverside setting, has an impressive dining hall, well-stocked gardens leading down to the river and a fitted kitchen, with Aga and pantry.
Located near Margam in Eglwys Nunydd, the central barn conversion has generous living rooms, including a lounge, dining hall and kitchen.