private area

private area

The area, whether within or outside a building, which is reserved for the exclusive use of a single family.
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A RUGBY fan booking a private area of a Cardiff bar for him and his friends to watch a Six Nations game has been told it will cost him PS1,000 - and that's just the deposit.
The salon is equipped with 10 hair styling stations, 4 nail stations and 3 private area stations for Massage and Spa services.
VIP ticket holders get unlimited access to the private area, a complimentary glass of champagne and pounds 15 worth of crowns - the festival currency - to redeem against dishes at the festival.
Officials at Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport have reportedly said they will consider setting aside a private area for prayer and meditation after a request by a group of imams concerned about the removal of six Muslim clerics from a US Airways flight last week.
The latest breakthrough in cosmetic surgery is for a rather private area.
Jacques Langevin, Christian Martinez and Fabrice Chassery were acquitted of the invasion of privacy charge in 2003 af ter judges said a crashed vehicle on a public highway was not a private area.
Every garden should have one totally private area, no matter how small.
Worshippers who are prohibited from carrying items from private to public spaces during the Sabbath can then carry keys, strollers or other items within what is considered a private area.
TWO intruders broke into the private area of Windsor Castle just days before the royal wedding, Scotland Yard said last night.
Even on a tight budget, with a little creativity these divisions can create an intimate, private area, both in new construction and as modifications to existing facilities.
They then went to a private area to fill in a health questionnaire.