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waiting room

n.
A room, as in a railroad station or physician's office, for the use of people waiting.
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Rros Station: TXP-spaces, waiting rooms, restrooms and public areas, and meeting rooms with a toilet on the 2nd floor (spaces on the 2nd floor applies until approximately 08/01/2017)
With a new waiting room and more parking, our customers will instantly see how effectively the investment has been spent to improve their journeys to and from the station.
Through the use of Waiting Room Solutions EMR + PM for Women's Health, Tyson's Gynecology and Menopause Center will be able to achieve its goal of increasing administrative, clinical, financial, and network efficiency.
James Benson, 59, pulled a handgun from his coat pocket and blasted both women at the Hutcheson Medical Centre in Georgia, as horrified people watched in the waiting room.
The Waiting Room has just opened its doors on platform two of the city's Grade II-listed station where it can hardly fail to attract the attention of waiting passengers.
The Penistone Line display in the waiting room on platform 2 features part of the old Emley Moor transmitter that collapsed, medieval archaeology from Castle Hill, a souvenir of the famous Denby Dale Millennium Pie and a present for the stationmaster at Stocksbridge station.
13 February 2018 - US-based marketing and customer acquisition company Subdirect has completed the purchase of Waiting Room Subscription Service "WRSS" to increase their reach in public place magazine distribution, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 13, 2018-Subdirect Acquires Waiting Room Subscription Service
Scotland's cashstrapped health boards have more than tripled their spending on waiting room music in hospitals in the past three years.
POLICE have issued an appeal for information after a man walked into a packed doctor's waiting room and performed a sex act after exposing himself.