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laundromat

(jargon, storage)
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They said: "The current use of the building is no longer viable as the launderette has remained vacant for some time.
The Northmoor Launderette does, of course, offer everything you would expect.
The gang-of-five had taken anantique swordstickfrom their nearby stash and continued to chase Sean into the launderette, where they stabbed him in the groin, severing his femoral artery.
Louise took over the Laundroclean launderette from her grandad in 2012, although it had been in the family for more than 30 years.
The new hub that will have an events hall, gym, music practice rooms, a launderette, Islamic prayer facilities and administrative space
Housed in Grasmere Street - not far from the also community-minded cooperative bakery Homebaked Anfield, of Oakfield Road - Kitty's will be much more than a launderette.
Leveraging our expertise and in-depth knowledge of hospitality with the best of global technology, Launderette will redefine the on-demand laundry and dry cleaning experience for customers within India," said executive director, Bird Group, Dr.
Muqeem Bakhtari, known as Max, said Joshua was still a regular at his launderette, in Golders Green, north London, near the ex-council flat where the heavyweight champion of the world still lives with his mother.
He told how he was interested in buying a launderette recently until the owners revealed a bookie had offered PS40,000 a year in rent.
Organised in partnership with Durham's musical launderette, Eliza and Saul Rose offer a powerful pairing of voices, fiddle and melodeon, while Hayes is very quickly being recognised for her talent as a singer and flautist.
1949 THE first self-service coin-operated launderette opened in the UK at Bayswater in London.
The municipal body is currently working on a plan to mark areas where these launderette vans could be stationed.