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comfort station

A building or part thereof where toilet and lavatory facilities are available for public use.
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Born into a poor family in Busan, Yi said she was taken by Japanese and Korean men to a comfort station in the northeastern Chinese city of Yanji when she was 15 years old, working at an inn.
The resolution described the comfort stations (which served Japanese soldiers from 1932 to 1945) as one of the most horrendous crimes against humanity.
A number of Dutch and British women were also rounded up for several comfort stations during Japanese occupation of Java; in 1948, a Dutch military court convicted seven officers and four civilian military employees of war crimes.
Initially, there were demands for San-Pacs at several comfort stations that were opened for displaced residents.
As Stephen King notes in his short story "Rest Stop," comfort stations are inherently creepy places, but the Oak Grove boasts a natural friendliness that's lacking in many roadside rest spots.
Instead of walking next door I had to rush to the car park and drive to comfort stations near the Golf Club.
He also maintains establishments such as comfort stations, laundry facilities and a board-walk would go a long way in attracting visitors to the area.
Nearby the solid silver chamber pots made by Isaac Liger, for the Earl of Warrington in 1722 are proof of the indifference of the 18th century to bodily functions, since these chamber pots may well have been kept in the Ducal dining room as on thespot comfort stations.
The GoGirl comfort stations had a line throughout the expo weekend.
Tenders are invited for Reroof 7 Comfort Stations As Gunpowder Falls State Park, Project # P-032-160-010 ( SBR)
Comfort stations are ready, with access even for people on wheelchairs.
Sequestration will result in a much reduced workforce, shutdowns of certain national park areas altogether or for extended period of times, closure of visitor centers and services, restrictions on the availability of campgrounds, visitor centers, comfort stations, and trail and other backcountry access.