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andron, andronitis

1. In ancient Greece, the part of a building used by men, esp. the banquet room.
2. A passage beside the tablinum in a Roman house.
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"People talk about how someone would have wanted something, and I'm always a little skeptical of that," Andron reflects, "but after years of being around John, everyone was very unequivocal about him not wanting them to stop.
"It was over the last three or four episodes that this happened," notes Andron. "There were two memorial services, and we shut down for those days.
"The story is about what happened to the neighborhood," Andron notes.
The team, which is managed by Andron Facilities Management, undertook the intensive two-day training course which aims to ensure team members provide the best front of house service when interacting with the general public.
Andron's regional manager, Andrew Caunce, added: "Personal development programmes are really important to employees."