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solarium

(sō-lā′rē-ŭm) [L. solarium, terrace]
1. A room or porch exposed to the sun.
2. A room designed for heliotherapy or for the application of artificial light.
3. A day or recreational room for patients; often used as a waiting area for family or visitors.
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In January 2016, the CG USAICoE wrote to Division G-2s and MI brigade commanders asking them to select the best MI majors in their formations to participate in the 2016 MI Majors' Solarium. Twenty-five majors were selected by their commands or organizations.
Phase IV was the execution of Solarium 2014 at Fort Leavenworth, beginning on 9 July and ending with the CSA briefing on 11 July.
They love the solarium! And we can move it, so we cover each side of the horse, it's nice for the horse.
Yesterday alone 15 swam in the 80m oval and I was on hand to capture the action in and out of the pool as all sorts of horses, from hunters to racehorses, took to the water or soaked up some rays under the lamps in the solarium.
In fact the apartments and Solarium Villas have already been handed over to buyers while the handing over of the Mountain villas is currently in process.
The Cancer Society has long been pushing, without success, for the Government to introduce regulations to control solariums.
There are also some benefits and risks to solarium tanning.
As at present the attendance of solariums is popular, measurements of the intensity of UVA and UVB radiation in a solarium were carried out.
The original price of the loft, which has a private rooftop solarium and a media lounge, was increased by 2 percent after five days on the market in 2008.
The second floor contains the activity room, staff and client dining rooms, administrative offices, and a large solarium constructed on the original building's roof.
We heard that he had a solarium installed in his house in LA too, which is crazy because it's always sunny there.