Outroom - definition of Outroom by The Free Dictionary
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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", an outdoor living room that can be enjoyed all year round, has been liked thousands of times by those who appreciate Reena's sense of style and the change from a quintessentially British outdoor space.
The Welsh garden 'outroom
', an outdoor living room that can be enjoyed all year round, has currently achieved over 13,800 Instagram 'likes' and is the only outside space to make the list which isn't traditional in style.
A compensation software is developed and experiments are implemented based on the platform of two autonomous robots moving in outroom
in Section 4, and curves are compared between before and after Kalman filter.
The child was soon found in an outroom
and the police notified.
We are trying to work out whether we can have a little well in the outroom
like she wants.