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game room

A room used primarily for recreation, often downstairs in a dwelling.
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In Year 3, to ensure the continued patronage of T's customers, A and T orally agreed that A would greet players in the game rooms. In each of October, November and December of Year 3, T paid A; from each payment, a portion was characterized as "wages" and a portion as "consulting expenses." T deducted the entire payment, and A reported it as ordinary income.
The cabinet features a traditional mahogany finish on Tulipwood for that fine furniture look in your game room. Built from top-grade American hardwoods, every Olhausen shuffleboard table is hand constructed at our factory in Tennessee.
Olhausen GameRooms[R] in San Diego, CA is here to help you enjoy the highest quality, American-made game room supplies including a full line Arcade games, Poker tables, Air Hockey tables, Bar Tables and stool as well as digital jukeboxes in stock.
Kenneth Walter, and his associates at the prestigious design firm Gray & Walter, is part of the project and has been appointed to provide a design for the first game room in the history of DreamHome.