saloon


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saloon

1. a large public room on a passenger ship
2. a closed two-door or four-door car with four to six seats

saloon

1. A place where intoxicating liquors are sold and consumed; often the social center in many early towns of the Western United States.
2. A variant form of salon.
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Suddenly there was daylight in the saloon, the iron panels closed again, and the enchanting vision disappeared.
His face was set, his eyes were looking somewhere beyond the confines of the saloon in which he was seated.
With the crashing of glass, the splitting of timber - a hideous, tearing sound - the wrecked saloon, dragging the engine half-way over with it, slipped down a low embankment and lay on its side, what remained of it, in a field of turnips.
He opened one door after another; and, in the saloon, in the captain's state-room and everywhere, he stared anxiously as if expecting to see on the bulkheads, on the deck, in the air, something unusual--sign, mark, emanation, shadow--he hardly knew what--some subtle change wrought by the passage of a girl.
But before he had time to reach the other end of the saloon he heard himself called by name.
Franklin thought there was no more to hear, and made a movement to leave the saloon. But the captain continued after a slight pause, "You will be surprised, no doubt, when you look at it.
ISLAMABAD: Ministry of Railways has generated around Rs3.417 million from saloon coaches during the last year and at present the department has only 22 saloon coaches available on the system.
ISLAMABAD -- Ministry of Railways has generated around Rs3.417 million from saloon coaches during the last year and at present the department has only 22 saloon coaches available on the system.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Oct 19 (ANI): Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has instructed the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) to make Railway Reserved Accommodation (saloon coach) available for commercial purposes.
HONDA Civic buyers are now spoiled for choice - go for the already best selling hatchback or opt for a new saloon version.
A SALOON version of the A-Class has been announced by Mercedes-Benz as the German car maker joins the current trend for 'booted and suited' compact models.