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BUSINESS PREMISES used by a firm in the provision of services. See CAPITAL STOCK, FIXED ASSET.
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A NUNEATON student will spend a week at a motorway service station - overseeing the new look for one of the staff rooms.
Ten minutes in any British staff room would be enough to disabuse parents of the delusion that just because they love their children, teachers must be rather fond of them too.: 'As painful as a double spear tackle':If evidence were needed that the Welsh Rugby Union really has arrived in the 21st century look no further than the brave new world Keith Rowlands envisaged at yesterday's AGM in Port Talbot.
His face, inset FOWL PLAY Tampering with display chickens VILE He deliberately urinates in a waste bin WRECKER Slashing seats in store's staff room
It is believed the man may have been in several staff rooms at the hospital before he was disturbed.
THE Vale of Glamorgan council has received the following planning applications: Barratt (South Wales) Ltd to build 13 homes on land at Pencoetre; to extend the staff room and lobby at Dinas Powys Library to include a disabled toilet; to convert farm buildings at Millands Farm, Llanmaes, into a home; to construct an enclosed arena for riding training at Alps Court Liveries in Wenvoe; to extend and refurbish the Masons Arms in High Street, Cowbridge.
Two workers were forced into the staff room and the third made to hand over a large quantity of cash.
Request for quotations : purchase of sets of kitchen furniture for the staff room, sets of dining furniture
Mackay's listing is a four bedroom, 4-bath, 2,960 s/f apartment with a corner living room, formal dining room, and renovated kitchen with a staff room off the kitchen.
STAFF at a Cardiff firm are now able to enjoy their tea breaks and lunchtimes more thanks to a new staff room.
Two workers were forced into the staff room, while a third was made to hand over a large quantity of cash.
REVELATIONS that a teacher is being paid pounds 40,000 a year to sit in a staff room all day were described by a TD yesterday as "a public scandal."