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showroom

a room in which goods, such as cars, are on display

showroom

A room used for displaying merchandise, goods, and the like.
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They said fire broke out in the show room on the University Road due to electric short-circuit.
42-45/C-03/OM/FTO/QTA/2018 and 46-49/C-04/OM/FTO-QTA/2018 in which the FTO was asked Collector MCC Quetta to make strict action against the show room of Non Customs Paid (NDP) vehicles working under jurisdiction of MCC Quetta, he added that MCC Quetta was finalized the policy to make firm action against the dealers involve in the selling and buying of NDP vehicles the fresh crackdown is another episode against smugglers and smuggled patrol pump owners.
Standard Life Investments said that the car show room is let for a further six years but the tenant is not in occupation.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 24, 2015-Standard Life Investments Property Closes Acquisition of UK Retail Warehouse, Car Show Room
Mark Andy Print Products, the supplies and platemaking equipment division of Mark Andy Inc., has established a prepress and platemaking technology area as a key part of its show room in St.
The Alexandria, Minn., location contains four idea houses within its show room, each featuring different types of siding and various styles of windows.
The Table 2 inferred correlation between show room service and human demographic variables.
Kevin Boulton of Lane Fox in Ludlow said: '12 Old Street has a large number of possible options, whether it be used as currently set up, a show room with extensive accommodation, or indeed for a developer to convert into three homes.'
The Amsterdam Ship of the Month in the October 2002 Cruise Travel omits something of importance to most of us: Are the dining rooms and show room smoke free?
Bradford's Telegraph and Argus hailed the advert as an `unreserved apology' from the Asian business community, though ATL co-ordinator Ashad Javed is quick to admit that ATL didn't have the mandate to apologize for the actions of unemployed youngsters who burnt down a BMW car show room. `We never saw it as an apology but as a message of sympathy for the citizens of Bradford,' Javed says.