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    In the Waiting Room

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    I wake up in a waiting room. Six blue seats on either side of the room lined perfectly. I’m in the one farthest to the entrance of the room, I am the only one here. I look to my side to see an old stereo on a coffee table with a trashcan underneath. A door leading to a bathroom is next to the table. This whole place seems odd, how did i get here? what am i doing here? The room is lit with fluorescent bulbs, cheap floating ceiling is everywhere along with white walls and a carpeted floor. the sound

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    Hotel Room Essay

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    Rooms and Suites Revitalize and reenergize in one of our 250 newly renovated guest rooms, suites and accessible rooms. Our rejuvenated accommodations boast a sleek appearance intertwined with the warm comforts of home. Select from rooms furnished with one king or two double beds, or stay the night in one of our spacious suites. **NOTE: TVs are 36-inches. Make sure that when you click “view amenities” on the room description page that it reflects that information. Guest Rooms: Embrace contemporary

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    Whenever we move to a new house, we would be excited to decorate our home. Energetic people may want to furnish their room with warm colors, such as red, orange, or brown. Rational people may to furnish their room with cool colors, such as blue, purple, or green. Not just the room color, our displays can also portray our personality. The article, “A Room With a Cue: Personality Judgments Based on Offices and Bedrooms”, proposes four mechanisms that link individuals to the environments they live in

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    Living rooms take on a number of different roles which can make living room decorating a bit of a challenge. For some people it’s a formal room reserved for entertaining guests, for others it’s a casual space used for leisure activities like watching TV and reading. Typical living rooms have plenty of seating (often at least one sofa and a couple of chairs), occasional tables, bookshelves and other pieces of furniture, but despite their similarities they can look quite different. To make your living

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    I slid down off of my barstool and picked my way across the room. Luckily, the women’s restroom wasn’t too far because it was a crowded night at the bar. I opened the large wooden door and was surprised to see that even though there appeared to be another girl waiting, one of the two stalls empty. Before I even had a chance to let my eyes adjust to the lighting change, the other girl said, in that just-a-little-too-loud drunken voice, “There’s no toilet paper in that one!” I hadn’t yet made

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    Internet Chat Rooms

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    Internet Chat Rooms This is a summary of the annual report for Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation (EIN 39-1767281) and the Air Wis Savings Plan for January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000. The annual report has been filed with the Internal Revenue Service, as required under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). BASIC FINANCIAL STATEMENT Benefits under the plan are provided by a Trust fund. Plan expenses were $1,195,590. These expenses included $15,409 in administrative

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    The College Dorm Room

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    huge living room, this used to be what I called home. Eighteen years later however, home has become a twelve by ten foot college dorm room. What was once a huge house has become a one bedroom dorm which also doubles as a living room and kitchen area. In comparing these two homes there is more then meets the eye. Obviously living conditions change, however with careful preparation you can still keep that “home” feeling. One of the most obvious differences of living in a college dorm room is being away

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    Review of the Panic Room

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    Review of the Panic Room The deep and persuading voice of the salesman seemed to help Jade make her decision whether to buy the mansion or not. The salesman, smartly dressed, walked across the third floor landing to the main feature of the house, the panic room. "This is the panic room, designed to enable you or the victims of a robbery or unlikely house invasion of some kind, to go into and stay safe. The steel door is12 inches thick, impossible to break into with any sort of tools.

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    Absolutely not, right? Many people surmise that a living room will suffice as a home entertainment room. But having a room exclusively focussed on recreation and entertainment can really spice up your home life. Such a room is much more than just your normal living room entertainment sets and a few bean bags strewn around along with . It is potentially the most fun area of your den. Set it up to look like that. The tips on home entertainment room design ideas below are aimed at aiding you towards the

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    My Room In My Life

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    my sister and I had to share a room, so my brother was able to have his own room. After ten long years later and in middle school, and I was still in the same room with my oldest sister. I was in need of my own room I was always complaining to my grandmother about how Fifteen years old girl should have their own bedroom. Finally, my mother move down to Fayetteville, NC from Long Island, New York so my brother moved out with my mother, and I finally got my own room. This seemed like one of the greatest

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