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laundromat

(jargon, storage)
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Leveraging our expertise and in-depth knowledge of hospitality with the best of global technology, Launderette will redefine the on-demand laundry and dry cleaning experience for customers within India," said executive director, Bird Group, Dr.
There was still no launderette in Guisborough so I thought 'if an M&S food store can survive here, surely a small laundry can survive in a town this size.
Sean McHugh died in hospital days after being attacked with a knife and a swordstick in a launderette in Priory Road, Anfield, in September, 2013.
Muqeem Bakhtari, known as Max, said Joshua was still a regular at his launderette, in Golders Green, north London, near the ex-council flat where the heavyweight champion of the world still lives with his mother.
He told how he was interested in buying a launderette recently until the owners revealed a bookie had offered PS40,000 a year in rent.
Having worked hard to turn the old launderette into a gallery, Paul is struck by the irony of his new venture.
Nearby businesses including a cafe and chip shop had to be evacuated as firefighters tackled the blaze at a launderette on Borras Park Road.
The municipal body is currently working on a plan to mark areas where these launderette vans could be stationed.
THE most staggering story this week came from Mrs Lou Vincent who detailed how her husband went to collect the cash from rigged cricket matches from a Birmingham launderette, giving fresh meaning to the words 'laundering money.
Part of the Welsh Government's Way To Go campaign - which aims to highlight the changes we can all make to our daily habits to help reduce our carbon footprint - the scheme has seen people like Way To Go team member Clare Teehan set up group wash-a-long sessions for her friends and family at their launderette in Canton, Cardiff.
A BOMB squad was scrambled when a live World War Two hand grenade was found outside a launderette.
TODAY INDEPENDENCEDAY 1934: The first launderette opened in Fort Worth, Texas.