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back room

mod. secret; concealed. All the candidates were selected in back room meetings.
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The cause of the fire is still being investigated, but Raade said it might have originated from a candle burning in the back room.
The products offered by Effizient, which are being used by some of the industry's largest chains, replace pallets, making it easier to maneuver merchandise on and off the floor and making it easier to organize back rooms and minimize inventory.
Amped Wireless's network adapter kit will extend internet to any room (basement, attic, back room, back of back room) using your existing power outlets.
They locked staff in a back room and fled with cash.
Elizabeth Upham and her band Back Room have played for youngsters at Tye Coryton in Cardiff, which caters for children with varying levels of autism.
Moss, 36, was given permission to smoke in a back room at the posh London celebrity hotspot with her pals.
This need to economize on back room storage comes at a time when supermarkets continue to add depth to their product offerings to appeal to a wider range of consumers.
Would using the back room as a showcase reassure shoppers about the store's cleanliness?
Terrence Dunson grabbed the owner and dragged him into a back room, where he was forced to open a safe.
For a while Martin was rocking the back room, but after the smoking ban everyone was outside having a fag and it killed the atmosphere.
Form is as much a means to an end, as an end in itself, and in consideration of this site and this family Fobert set about generating a distinctive and specifically shaped concrete figure; a compelling object in its own right, that would reinforce and support the decrepit structure; open up and connect upper and lower ground floors--to creating the desired scale of spaces; and reorder the spatial sequencing--to break up the traditional arrangement of front room, back room and rear extension.
Over twenty-four days, Cruz sat in a back room at Peer, translating Cervantes's novel aloud and "on the hoof" from the original Spanish into English, managing to finish the entire book by his deadline of November 6.
Maureen Hampson and Chris Walker were sitting in a back room in Dorothy Street, North Ormesby, watching Coronation Street, when a Ford Escort crashed through their front door just before 8pm.
It's difficult to even estimate how many job losses there could be in Coventry - we have no idea how many back room staff there are.