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living room

A space in a dwelling for social use of the residents.
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If you've always wanted a digital jukebox or have an extensive collection of movies saved to your hard drive the NUC is the device for your lounge room.
There are large gardens with decking areas, a double garage and a lounge room.
This survey shows the undeniable versatility of the smartphone, used almost ubiquitously in any given situation; even in locations like the lounge room where entertainment screens compete simultaneously for eyeballs," said Didier Mormesse, the senior vice president for research at CNN International.
Freestanding 6,000/sf with seating for 200 plus separate bar and lounge room with live music stage that seats 100.
One damp silvery afternoon an old lady came home from walking her dog and found a boy sitting in her lounge room on the floral settee.
A statement on the development said: 'The colour and style of the lounge room is welcoming and almost whimsical.
When he walked into the lounge room he dropped his towel because he got such a shock that two boys were sitting in the lounge room.
The new suites offer a master bedroom, a separate lounge room and meeting area, and guests will have access to an exclusive Club Lounge offering breakfast, all day light bites, evening drinks, Internet access and bottled water.
A breezy lounge room score and Willis's ironically arched eyebrow lose their comic appeal awfully quickly.
William has wild red hair and wears blue pyjamas, and loves to jump up and down on the lounge room pouffe in the evening--and of course it is not fair that he is sent off to bed after a long story, TV watching, and goodnight kisses.
Shocked housemates - who had earlier supported her - were recalled to the lounge room and told their pounds 100,000 prize money would be cut by pounds 1,000 for every extra minute Kitten spent in the house.
The company was established more than 100 years ago and specialises in the sale of lounge room sofas and chairs, particularly fine leather.