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Dining hall

A large room in a school or other institution for group dining.
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The contract has as its object the preparation, supply, administration meals and cleaning the dining halls for kindergartens and primary.
Muhlenberg, the University of Miami and the University of Delaware, among others, have renovated their dining halls in recent years to move cooking from the back to the front, so that students can watch as food is prepared to order.
DISCRIMINATION based on caste has raised its ugly head once again at the revered Sri Krishna Temple in Udupi ( coastal Karnataka) with an assistant professor of a wellknown university being evicted from the dining hall after the authorities concerned found out that she did not belong to the priestly class.
BIG FUTURE: Reinwood will have places for 840 youngsters which will bring seven extra classrooms as well as new assembly and dining halls
Request of best offers & proposals in public auctions for the leasing & exploitation of (a) the dining halls at the swimming pool complex & its annexes at Dokki premises & (b) other dining halls & annexes at the shooting yard, also at Dokki premises.
Others have designated a certain section of their dining halls "allergy-free" or provided nutritionists to help students develop a reasonable eating plan.
We have to promote healthy eating but how can we do this when takeaway food is allowed into dining halls and schools?
World Cup fever is on the menu in school dining halls across North Tyneside.
Sorting by the kitchen staff keeps contamination down and compliance high in most dining halls.
The relocation of the commuter and residential student dining halls from the fifth and sixth floors of the Student Center to a dedicated space at street level will enhance campus life by creating a more convenient, centralized meeting and eating space for the FIT community.
Other measures include greening, reuse of water from dining halls for toilet water, and purchase of energy-efficient products and reused items, according to the sources.
Some buildings at camps, especially dining halls, are made from materials that are no longer readily available.