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locker-room

Of a rude, often sexual nature, as might be discussed among men in a private setting such as a locker room. (Used before nouns.) Please, don't use that type of locker-room talk at the dinner table. Quit it with the locker-room humor, would you? You sound like a fifth grader.
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We know there might be some students fearful of transgender students in the locker room, and we want the district to be respectful of these students.
The district said the boy was offered alternatives, including using private shower stalls in the locker room or using a private facility to change before and after gym class.
Created by former varsity college athletes as a "force for good," Locker Room Talk[R] (www.
In every locker room you go, there's going to be conflict,'' Memphis punter Tom Hornsey said.
The transaction will help Fore Supply improve its positions in the locker room supply segment while expanding its operations in the southwest and western US markets, the buyer's president, Brad Thein, said in a press release Tuesday.
In all the locker room could probably give several NFL teams a run for their money.
Q: A Wall Street Journal column criticized the use of reporters in sports locker rooms.
The Locker Room is a lovely, friendly place where they obviously care about their customers.
The author borders on elevating the issue to a "right of passage" experience for entrance in to the culture of the female locker room.
com until 1 April 2007 to participate in a virtual online tour of the team's locker room.
Shipp navigated traffic for a layup to begin a 9-0 UCLA run out of the locker room to take a 31-23 lead.
With repeated and frequent references to the male anatomy as "gherkin" and "booty," with many specific details shared with the listener along with fairly strong language used by the boys in the locker room in which Gretchen the fly has been trapped, this is perhaps an audio best suited for a public library.
The book records many women making this statement and many anecdotes about locker room behavior and conversation.
It is not surprising that an athletic coach chose to use it in the opponents' locker room.