|NOUN || a coatroom | coatrooms |
|SYNO ||cloakroom | coatroom|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Machine Project later moved toward larger collaborations, holding residences with major art museums, including a one-day takeover of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) on November 15, 2008 featuring 10 hours of performances, and a several month residency at the Hammer Museum in 2010, resulting in 80 programs including a series of micro-concerts in a coatroom.
- Around the same time, Theodore Roosevelt's coatroom became the movie theater.
- 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.
- In 1998 it was purchased by Edward DeVincenzo, who began working in the coatroom years before. It closed in 2022.
- She sulks in the coatroom and rebuffs words of comfort from a concerned man, not realizing it was Senator John McCain.
- Ellie later calls Sarah with the epiphany that a wedding should be based around the bride's wedding dress, leading Sarah to try on several dresses in the recently expanded Castle "coatroom", which contains dozens of outfits and a holographic representation of the user wearing said outfit.
- A coatroom attendant shows up and states Drake checked his briefcase at the club where he works.
- There was also a coatroom, arranged in several rows.
- Equally smitten with her are coatroom attendant Louis Blore and master of ceremonies Alec Howe, but unfortunately for both, May persists in holding out for a wealthy husband, her current interest being rich, haughty Willie.
- O'Banion worked as a waiter at McGovern's Liberty Inn, where each evening he would delight patrons with his beautiful Irish tenor voice as his pals were picking pockets in the coatroom.
- It includes among other features: a marble entrance before magnificent mosaic work; grand cherry staircase; elevated ballroom with bandstand and walk-in cedar coatroom; wine-bar with cellars; a walk-in safe used during prohibition to store various alcohols; atrium; Baroque ornamentation on the ceilings and walls; rich hardwood floors; and a full driveway circling the main building providing access to the coach house.
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