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day room

n.
A recreation room, especially in an institutional building such as a military barracks or a nursing home.

day room

n
1. a communal living room in a residential institution such as a hospital

day′ room`

or day′room`,


n.
a room at an institution, as a hospital or military base, with facilities for leisure activities.
[1815–25]
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These are masonry remediation, air-conditioning reinforcement and overall painting of the following areas: day room, dry food store and chef%s office with facilities.
Beyond this is the day room. This fantastic family area comprises of an open-plan kitchen, living area, and dining room.
Yesterday, the campaigners received a PS4,000 boost in their drive to improve ward six's day room.
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The hotel's National Day room offer includes luxurious accommodation for a special rate, free valet service, high-speed Internet, 20 percent off dinner at Elements, and festive welcome amenities.
From May 9 - 16, 2018, F1 Hotel Manila will be offering a Mother's Day Room Package at a City Suite Room for only Php 6,300 nett per night.
The GST Council, in November 2017, had cut tax rates for all restaurants, except those located in hotels with per day room tariffs of Rs 7,500 and above, to five per cent from 18 per cent without the ITC facility.
From now until March 14th, guests may also enjoy a special Valentine's Day room package, complete with complimentary wine and chocolates.
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Plans submitted to Flintshire County Council show that each of the five pitches would accommodate a 12ft by 48ft two-bed static caravan, and the site would also include a day room with a kitchen, bathroom and laundry room.
One resident, who had received two different types of sedative, was washed, dressed and sitting in the day room at 6.10am.