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Loos

Adolf . 1870--1933, Austrian architect: a pioneer of modern architecture, noted for his plain austere style in such buildings as Steiner House, Vienna (1910)
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The idea behind the Loo of the Year awards is to celebrate the provision of the best "away from home" facilities at tourist sites around the country.
The Lodge may have a loo to be proud of, but the best place in Britain to spend a penny is undoubtedly Oxford.
Imagine her deep embarrassment when she emerged from the loo to realise Mark had long, long gone and she was in point of fact talking to Al Murray Pub Landlord who looked a little confused.
The loos also mark the approach of next summer's Tour de France, where the Grand Depart will take in parts of Calderdale and Kirklees.
Menos de tres anos antes de la VTriennale, en 1931, la editorial Schroll de Viena habia emprendido la publicacion de una serie de libros bajo el titulo "Nuevas arquitecturas en el mundo", dedicados a Rusia, Francia y America, ocupandose de la obra de Adolf Loos en el cuarto volumen correspondiente a Austria (10) (Fig.
It's therefore hoped the authorities don't see closing their loos as an easy way to make savings.
MINISTERS are being urged to do a U-turn over school loo inspections after a damning survey.
A war of words erupted over the loo that is costing a strapped Co Tipperary council EUR34,000-a-year.
Manager of The Ernest Willows Danielle Stephens, who has run the pub with husband John for almost seven years, said: "Loos are not just loos, they are part of the experience.
In Gujarat, a friend exclaimed after a recent trip, there are loos everywhere on the highway.
A leading manufacturer of heating boilers, hot water boilers and steam boilers in Europe, Loos International has delivered nearly 100,000 boilers to about 140 countries throughout the world.