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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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Compared with the epidemics early-2003 peak, says Loo, "our rates are halved.
Since establishing Pet Loo I've been working hard to build a company with a similar value proposition and goals to that of the Pet Safe group," said Tobi Skovron, CEO and co-founder of Pup-Pee Solutions.
From the block in Bell Green, described as unfit for a lady to enter, to the musical loos in West Orchards car park you had plenty to say about the city's long-gone water closets - most of it negative.
The pretty blonde, of Snodland, Kent, said: "I got to the aisle where loo rolls were stacked but I just froze and had to get out of there straight away.
Loo of the Year Awards 2010 director Mike Bone said: "The inspectors were impressed with the toilets at each of the pubs and they thoroughly deserve their five and four-star ratings.
It was in January that staff at the gallery, in Newcastle's Ouseburn Valley, unveiled their new loo which is also a permanent artwork.
Radio WM broadcaster Joanne Malin says: "You can tell a lot about a place by their loos.
One of his trademark low-flying jets zooms across the entrance to the Northern Print loo.
People using these loos know they are clean, tidy, safe and well operated.
Occupying a site near the insect house, the new loo is a compact, sculptural pavilion enclosed and shaded by a translucent glass roof.
The loo payments would be part of a council scheme called Highland Comfort, which would offer incentives to tourist-related businesses across the area.
BOSTON -- EfficientGov, the leading newsletter focused solely on municipal government, announced its 2012 "Intelligence" Award winner, The Portland Loo.
We can, for instance, twin our toilets with one in Burundi, where having a clean loo can mean the difference between life and death.
On whether a bank was right to stop a blind man using the staff loo What difference does it make if that member of the public is blind?
A TOWN council has been accused of flushing ratepayers' cash down a very expensive public loo.