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Bedroom

A room used for sleeping; a bedchamber.

bedroom

A room suitably furnished for sleeping.
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Tenders are invited for: Reducing the energy intensity of public buildings in the bedchamber community
Old Sir George Anson", as he was called by Queen Victoria, was said to be delighted to be appointed a groom of the bedchamber to Prince Albert in 1840.
Aside from his military career, he sat as Whig Member of Parliament for Lichfield from 1806 to 1841 and was also the Groom of the Bedchamber to Prince Albert from 1836 to September 1841.
With 500 acres of parkland, formal gardens and a peaceful lake, you can explore the outdoors and then retire to our restaurant, bar or relax back in your bedchamber.
There she explores the bedchamber once occupied by the ill-fated Mary, Queen of Scots following her return from France in 1561.
1230: Much-disliked Marcher Lord William de Braose (Gwilym Ddu) was hanged by Prince Llywelyn the Great after being caught in the Prince's bedchamber with Llywelyn's wife Joan.
Written with an adult audience in mind, "Bedchambers: A Marital Obsession with Erotic Love and Spiritual Oneness" covers erotic love, the bedchamber, the power of a kiss, foreplay, oral sex, orgasm and thrilling sex.
Daniel stood in the hallway before the king's bedchamber door and shifted uneasily from one foot to the other.
In the scene in Henry IV's bedchamber, Hal breaks down, confessing his love for his father and his reluctance to the crown.
The exhibition explores themes including representations of the indigenous and Creole elite, rituals in the home, the sala de estrado (women's sitting room), the bedchamber, and social identity through material culture.
The artisan's work is exquisite, but soon the miniaturist begins creat ing objects that Nella never asked for and which the miniaturist could not have possibly seen: their whippets, the oil paintings in their bedchamber and finally, replicas of the members of the household.
The portrait hung in the bedchamber of Prince Franz (1740-1817), in the Gothic House of the Dessau-Worlitz Garden Realm.