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loo

n. toilet. (Originally and primarily British.) I gotta use the loo. Be with you in a minute.
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All entries will receive a grading, with platinum the highest, following an unannounced visit by a fully trained and authorised Loo of the Year Awards Inspector.
After PS600,000 of council investment saved the city's toilets from going down the pan, no fewer than 10 of their public facilities were handed the top accolade in this year's Loo of the Year Awards.
There will be a lot of people camping for the occasion, so the portabla e loos will be perfect," claims Alison.
De Finetti remarca la importancia del pensamiento de Adolf Loos y su persistente actualidad, la carga emblematica de sus escritos, su capacidad de animar y de adelantarse a los tiempos.
For some folk a public loo can make all the difference between being able to enjoy an active social life and total isolation at home.
Nenagh Council makes a measly EUR1,000-a year from the extortionate loo that has been branded an "incredible waste of money" by its mayor.
Whenever friends come in I show them the loos, like you would do in your own house.
Some just avoid the loos all together and try to find a thick bush to crouch behind.
Loos, who claimed to have an affair with soccer ace David Beckham after he moved to Real Madrid in 2003, met Skaiaa, 34, last summer.
The Commission noted that the horizontal overlaps between the activities of Loos and Bosch Thermotechnik are limited and that the additional market share brought about by Bosch Thermotechnik's acquisition of Loos is insignificant.
Overall, the awards put the district council 19th in the premier league of loos across the country.
Adolf Loos (1870-1933), arquitecto y critico de la cultura, fue una de las personalidades mas polemicas de la Viena de fin-de-siecle.
Welsh loos could be named as the best place to spend a penny in Britain.
Walter Loos was also an architect and a furniture designer, a Bohemian, and emigrated.
Written in diary form, novelist Loos has fun with Lorelei's dreadful spelling and wickedly sends up the ridiculous world of the extravagantly rich in the flapper era.