combination room

Related to combination room: Senior Common Room

combination room

n
(Education) Brit (at Cambridge University) a common room
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| John Rapley is author of Twilight Of The Money Gods: Economics As A Religion and How It All Went Wrong (Simon & Schuster) and is visitor to the Senior Combination Room, St Edmunds College, University of Cambridge | This article was first published on www.theconversation.com
The pressure relationships of the required ante room, combination room and adjacent areas is a key aspect for the proper design for this room, and is detailed in the addendum.
Reserve the combination room for an outdoor tub with a sauna.
If they're in a lab-lecture combination room, it goes to 60 square feet per student.
Dating from the late nineteenth century, the fireplace was actually a combination room heater, water heater, and cookstove, made of enameled cast iron, which had been fitted into the cottage's original stone fireplace.
Usually, the process of counting rooms is a basic procedure that can be easily accomplished; however, difficulties occasionally arise when counting combination rooms and bathrooms.
Aside from highly specialized types (science demonstration spaces, mock-trial law, fixed-table/movable chair classrooms, etc.), combination rooms accommodating different seating types are preferred.