Blue Room


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Blue Room

Blue Room

A relatively small trading room on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange that is adjacent to the main trading room and contains three posts.
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Conrad Osipowicz opened and founded Blue Room Productions in 2008 after graduating Magna cum Laude from Emerson College.
Take away the eroticism, something that we make a point of making a feature of in our version of The Blue Room, andwhat you're left with is people looking to make connections, looking for love, looking to find a perfect moment and hold on toit.
The Blue Room is a museum in the firm's headquarters in England and the fixtures in the museum were the basis for the retail fixtures.
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Visitors can also instantly win a Creative MuVo MP3 player, a CD/MP3 player, SBC Blue Room concert t-shirts and wristbands, or a grand prize home entertainment system.
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Tracy, 29, was at a photo call for the play The Blue Room, in which she is starring.
According to Philbin, the home theme is going to be carried out with replicas of the homes of 18 presidents displayed throughout the White House and also on an 18-foot white fir tree in the Blue Room that will be decorated with miniature replicas of historic homes and places of worship, designed by artists from every state in the union.
NUDITY,eroticism and strong language meant when David Hare's The Blue Room starring Nicole Kidman was performed in London's West End in 1998, it caused a stir.
The actor, touring the country in controversial play The Blue Room, said: 'When I watch the war coverage, it gives me a terrible feeling.