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throne room

n. a restroom; a bathroom. (see also throne.) Hank is in the throne room, reading, I think.
See also: room, throne
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So Dorothy led her relatives away, and as soon as they were out of the Throne Room and alone in the corridor, Aunt Em squeezed Dorothy's hand and said:
In fact he may be fast asleep on his knees in the throne room.
The visitors' route includes the Throne Room, a picture gallery stuffed with work by Rembrandt, Rubens, Canaletto and Van Dyck, the State Dining Room with mahogany table for 46 guests overlooking the gardens at the back of the Palace, and a Marble Hall lined with Canova statues.
African Art, African Voices" will feature carved masks and sculptures, beaded jewelry, gold weights, elaborate costumes, and a rare royal throne room with carved wood stools and sculptures of ancestral leaders.
Earlier in the week Canon White, who has been on peace missions to countries including Nigeria, Israel, and Iraq, conducted a service in the throne room of one of Saddam Hussein's former palaces in Baghdad.
The first was in the throne room in Buckingham Palace after Princess Diana's wedding, celebrating with a fabulous glass of exquisite chilled champagne with the entire Royal Fam i
It has magnificent state rooms dripping with gold leaf and a stunning collection of chandeliers - no fewer than 28 in the throne room.
But later the Beckhams 'opened up' their house on the Internet, in the form of a virtual tour which took in sights such as their throne room and Audrey Hepburn themed bathroom.
The outside structure is 28 feet by 20 feet and the throne room is 16 feet by 12 feet.
Summary: Three photographs of the Royal Family inside the throne room in Buckingham Palace have been released.
The visitors' route includes the Throne Room, a gallery with works by Rembrandt, Rubens, Canaletto and Van Dyck, the State Dining Room, overlooking the 39-acre gardens at the back of the Palace, and a long Marble Hall, lined with classical Canova statues.
THE Newcastle-based period instrument orchestra The Avison Ensemble travel a little further south on Saturday, March 6, to find themselves in the resplendent surroundings of the Throne Room in Auckland Castle.
Nineteen state rooms will be on view during August and September, including the opulent red throne room and the 50mlong picture gallery.