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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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The Swiss-born player, who faces No12 seed Anke Huber in the fourth round, admitted that it is tough without her mother in the locker-room. She said: "It disturbs me because my mom is not only my mom, but she is also my coach.
The controversy over the locker-room ban comes at the end of a turbulent first week of the Millennium Championships.
Besides, she went on, if women's team sports ever reach the stage where locker-room interviews become common, "women would cover up," Dodds stated.
As the debate raged over whether female reporters should have the same locker-room access as men, the elite crop of Black women sports reporters took it in stride.
FITCHBURG - Of the many recent renovations and improvements to the Wallace Civic Center, the remodeled locker-room area for the Fitchburg State College men's hockey team is what pleases head coach Dean Fuller the most.
"It's no secret that I have always enjoyed the locker-room, the Odyssey and the fans in Belfast and, quite simply, I've missed playing.
It is equally futile for others to cast aspirations on the relationships in the Giants' locker-room. They should concentrate on the issues facing their own teams rather than deal in pathetic rumour mongering," said Elliott.
PAT RAFTER is planning a third Aussie knees-up after watching cricket's World Cup final and staging a locker-room party yesterday.
Tenders are invited for Architectural Services for architectural design of public locker-rooms for the Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center.