Bathroom

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Bathroom

A room with bathing facilities; typically containing a bathtub, water closet, and lavatory.

bathroom

A room containing a water closet, a lavatory, and a bathtub and/or shower.

Bathroom

(dreams)
Dreaming about bathrooms seems to be common. They are most valuable in our daily life. In our dreams bathrooms may be equally valuable symbols. They suggest that there is a need for emotional and psychological cleansing. You may need to get rid of emotional and psychological baggage. It is difficult to be carefree and happy when old issues keep “bringing you down.” The bathroom is a good dream symbol. Consider all of the details in your dream. Make an effort to cleanse mind and spirit by putting useless thoughts and feeling behind you.
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Whenever I go to the bathroom on the golf course, they test me.
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Stronach reiterated police comments Sunday that no one was left in the cold or unable to go to the bathroom if they wanted.
Denied the right to do anything except when I needed to go to the bathroom to bang on the door and be blindfolded and be taken down the hall....
When it comes to other kids, especially older ones, "you've got to maintain some semblance of order," Cooper says, "and if some kids are typically abusing the privilege to get out and go to the bathroom, that's a problem."
This explains why one never hears rattlesnakes get up to go to the bathroom at night.
COREY COULDN'T even go to the bathroom in his own house.
Every time my sister finishes going to the bathroom and then goes to sit down, she feels like she has to go to the bathroom again.
When he stops to go to the bathroom, he fills out a survey."
Schernhammer offers similar advice: "If [getting up] to go to the bathroom, avoid turning on the light, or keep it dim:'
is addressing the toilet training issue in television commercials for its Pampers Feel 'n Learn Advanced Trainers, which are designed to let children feel the moisture for a short period of time when they wet themselves, so that they can associate that feeling with the need to go to the bathroom. The product thus aims to speed a child's transition from wearing diapers to underwear.
"Over the last three years, I found myself getting up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom," Theismann told the Post.