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greenroom

(esp formerly) a backstage room in a theatre where performers may rest or receive visitors
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Michael Bradley, Director of Greenroom Investments, said: "Many people in their 20s have more disposable income than those in later years so it would make financial sense to begin a pension in your 20s.
Since its inception in 2012, GreenRoom has built its foundation on the knowledge and expertise of its co-founders Brian Metcalf, CEO, and Benjamin Burroughs, President.
PJ Proby plus Bobby Kaye (The Greenroom, Duke Street).
There's a talkshow greenroom stocked with Foster's beer, Tim Tam biscuits and Vegemite sandwiches.
While officials and the original sculptor were initially dismayed by this greenroom detournement, they have come to see some value in it.
One day, as our group gathered in the greenroom tuning our instruments, and as the guitar player puffed his 33rd cigarette of the day, a scrawny blond kid walked diffidently to the practice piano, sat down and began noodling around.
She also served as co-host of "The Greenroom," a live radio program on the arts produced at KPFA, 94.
We built an attached palisade-log greenroom and the chipmunks came to visit.
But even the glamorous calm of the greenroom was broken when It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp won best song.
All my sponsors, my family, Hellrose homies, Beagle, Dave, Markovich, anyone who helped in any way, anyone I forgot, and the greenroom.
After the group had some dinner and received its award--singer Fergie, wearing hot pants and 5-inch heels, proclaimed it "an honor to be in a room with such active people"--Paschal went to work making sure the group's four members met all the right people in the backstage greenroom.
While the world watched the on-stage proceedings at the 76th Annual Academy Awards, the stars lounged and lingered backstage in the Architectural Digest Greenroom at L.