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reception room,

n the area within the physical plant of the dental establishment through which patients enter the office. This is also the room in which patients await the attentions of the dental professional or receptionist. Older term:
waiting room.
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INSIDESTORY The property has a grand reception hall with central staircase, galleried landing, cloakroom, 33ft drawing room, dining room, family room, kitchen, laundry room, five bedrooms, five bath/shower rooms and a 27ft hobbies room.
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Even the trees were carefully specified to provide clear views from the kitchen through a grid of trunks and dappled shading to the drawing room above.
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Working with the Drawing Room on the design of the exhibition has been enjoyable and stimulating.
These upstairs rooms were apparently bedrooms although in some mansions, like Virginia's Governor's Palace, "the most influential house in the Chesapeake in the early eighteenth century," the Miles Brewton house in Charleston, South Carolina, or the Samuel Powel town house in Philadelphia, one of the second story rooms became the grand room of the house known as a drawing room.
The title of the exhilarating fourth section, "Break Dancing in the Drawing Room," as the author says, "can serve as a nice metaphor for Twain's behavior as an artist in Huckleberry Finn.
LOS ANGELES -- It's girls' night out in Mametville as the Geffen Playhouse presents Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet's "Boston Marriage," a wickedly sharp drawing room comedy about two fashionable, upper-class women involved in a "Boston marriage," a Victorian euphemism for a long-term, intimate relationship between two unmarried, financially independent women.
Before the ballroom was added, the first state ball was held in the blue drawing room in 1838 as part of Queen Victoria's Coronation celebrations.