junior common room


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junior common room

n
(Education) (in certain universities and colleges) a common room for the use of students. Compare senior common room, middle common room
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As Gazzamania swept Britain, the young footballer found himself involved in everything from modelling for a Madame Tussaud's waxwork, to being made an honorary member of Oxford University's junior common room, to turning down a cameo role in TV's Byker Grove.
They are also there to counter the attacks that Downing Street is run by junior common room of privately educated, wealthy men that has been blind to the issues affecting women.
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Hackneyed and inaccurate though these jibes may be, they reflect a representation of our subject that also pervades the world outside the playground and junior common room. Geography's public image continues to be slightly comic, if usually endearing, a subject too often portrayed as lightweight and relatively unimportant.
Junior Combination Room (or Junior Common Room); 5.
William Kruis, student president of the junior common room at Stephenson College, said: "We are very lucky to have this building at the centre of Stephenson College and the students and staff have really appreciated having the use of such a great new facility.
Instead of joining the student labour club and attending demonstrations, Ms Mahmood became president of her college's junior common room, responsible for arranging social events and the welfare of her fellow undergraduates.
Magdalen College's elected student body Junior Common Room will now be called Gryffindor in all official documents.
If the library is the intellectual mothership of the new development, it is also supported by various satellite spaces, such as a new bar and cafe tucked under the courtyard, a new Junior Common Room, and new rooms for College fellows which occupy the attic storey.
He didn't forget the junior common room either, laying on a dozen bottles of wine in the afternoon and more arrac punch and wine in the evening.
Newfoundland 1936-37, 70.5 x 49.5 cm (WL-115) Junior Common Room, New College, Oxford

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