A scrumptious spread of food stations was provided by Chefs Market A grand salad station of fresh vegetables, cheeses, dressings, macaroni salad, and chicken salad led guests into the Southern comfort station
, which included handcarved beef tenderloin, mashed potatoes and gravy, squash casserole, green bean bundles, and silver dollar rolls.
#14 replacement, Alta Lake State Park, Pateros; apparent low bidder was Halme Builders.
Not only are we opening new stores showcasing the latest furniture and bedroom ranges, we're championing the completely unique Comfort Station
concept, which has already revolutionised the way customers buy a bed across Britain.
Born into a poor family in Busan, Yi said she was taken by Japanese and Korean men to a comfort station
in the northeastern Chinese city of Yanji when she was 15 years old, working at an inn.
Construction on a $1 million comfort station
there is also slated to begin in the spring and take between nine months and one year to complete.
Whether you call it a powder room, comfort station
, privy or dunny (as we called it in the jungle
Space NK Passion eau de toilette, pounds 35, from Space NK stores; Comfort station
silver love cake bracelet, pounds 65, from Fifi & Ally, Princes Square, Glasgow; Jo Malone Red Roses Collection.
Then, if the location of a comfort station
changed, only the individual request would have to be updated.
And on New Year's Eve 2003, at Staten Island's Southern Comfort station
, a firefighter was hit with a metal chair during an alcohol-fuelled brawl.
A comfort station
-- humidifier, dehumidifier and air cleaner -- automatically maintains whatever humidity level the user programs.
Originally the chapters were little more than a debating circle and comfort station
for young conservatives who felt themselves victimized by liberal persecution.
In addition to water, sewer, and electricity at every site, each camping section has its own air-conditioned comfort station
equipped with private showers, an ice dispenser, telephones, and laundry facilities.