|NOUN || a kitchenette | kitchenettes |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- The Ferguson-designed school building (Block D, western section) had its dividing classroom partition demolished and rebuilt to the south, and openings formed in the eastern verandah wall onto kitchenette / amenity areas.
- The Dr. John Kerr Student Center includes a theater, recreation areas, and a kitchenette.
- The apartments on the lower 10 floors have a living room, kitchenette, and a balcony on the north side units, and strip windows overlooking Miramar's first avenue.
- A locally modified Becker iris photometer was housed in the kitchenette in the basement of the observatory.
- The second floor contains eight rooms, two bathrooms, two storerooms, a single w/c and a small kitchenette.
- Buses are designed to carry 48 passengers. The buses have a kitchenette, a luggage compartment, and access to the Internet.
- Inside are two rooms, both 27 feet by 33 feet. A small kitchenette is in the rear, and the building contains bathrooms and a coatroom.
- The interior of the structure has eight rooms: six bedrooms, a kitchenette, and a lounge located in the area of the formerly screened-in porch.
- Part of the northern verandah has been enclosed and fitted with a small kitchenette, probably in the 1960s.
- The first floor possibly has rooms at the front, a large open space behind with a kitchenette and bathroom along the rear wall, and sections of raised timber floor.
- The interior of the north-eastern addition has been relined with modern materials and a kitchenette installed at the northern end.
- The tutorial units comprise four sleeping areas, a bathroom, kitchenette and study and tutorial areas on one level with timber pergolas providing shade to openings.
- The prison has held some of Egypt's most high-profile prisoners. Some cells for long-term inmates are reminiscent of typical, if cramped, apartments (i.e. including a kitchenette, etc.).
- The conditions of confinement were reported to have been comfortable, with every individual provided with a private suite, with a real bed, private bathroom, kitchenette, and private patio.
- She built a set of objects: tables, a light bulb, a kitchenette, an aquarium, a spot, and snowballs constructing a certain encompassing physical and organizational structure in the model apartments.
- Inside, the castle boasts three beautifully furnished main rooms plus the Grande Salle, a large, modern kitchen and first-floor kitchenette, several smaller private rooms together with nine bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
- Each room contains a bed, desk, wardrobe and heater. There are eight accommodation ‘pods’ which include eight student rooms plus a kitchenette, sitting room, and ablution facilities.
- Zazi checked into an Aurora motel suite on August 28 and on September 6 and 7, and used the room's kitchenette to create chemicals for use in bombs.
- Alterations and additions included: a new bitumen driveway and carpark in the southwest corner of the grounds; the replacement of the verandah rooms, laundry and landings along the south and west sides of the house with a concrete verandah matching the existing front verandah; installation of toilets and a kitchenette; removal of the 1935 sleepout on the north verandah; relocation of the windows from the sleepout to the rear 1935 rooms; removal of the bathroom and kitchenette in the 1935 rooms; and other repairs and renovations, including painting the exterior.
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