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Category: Disambiguation I HAVE ONE!!!! A living room (or sitting room, especially in commonwealth English, also called lounge room in Australia) is a room for entertaining guests, reading, watching TV, or other activities. ... A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging, usually on a short-term basis and especially for tourists. ... An airport lounge is a members-only lounge owned by a particular airline (or jointly operated by several carriers). ... Lounge music refers to music played in the lounges and bars of hotels and casinos, or at standalone piano bars. ... Easy listening music is a style of popular music which emerged in the mid-20th century. ... Casino (disambiguation). ... Lounge music refers to music played in the lounges and bars of hotels and casinos, or at standalone piano bars. ... A lounge car is a type of passenger car where riders can purchase food and drinks. ... A railroad car (or, more briefly, car), also known as an item of rolling stock in British parlance, is a vehicle on a railroad or railway that is not a locomotive - one that provides another purpose than purely haulage, although some types of car are powered. ... The Lounge is a webcomic created by John Joseco. ... A rococo chaise longue A modern chaise longue A chaise longue (French long chair) is an upholstered couch taking the form of a chair but the seat part being of sufficient extent to support the users legs horizontally. ... Suits from the 1937 Chicago Woolen Mills catalog A suit, also known as a business suit or lounge suit, comprises a collection of matching clothing consisting of: a coat (commonly known as a jacket) a waistcoat (optional) (USA vest) for men, a pair of trousers (USA pants), or for women...
Loungeing a horse can prove very useful and it is often an important part in the education of young horses.
Two-line lounging is practical mainly in education for the bit in difficult horses that either refuse to accept the bit or refuse to go forward on the bit/contact (rearing and such).
The opposite is true; lounging does not at all contribute to the balance of the horse for the rider, but it actually confuses the more advanced horses as they are constantly switching their movement between their natural, free way of going and then changing their form/balance for the rider.
Lounges that serve food provide one-stop shopping for those interested in dinner, drinks, and a high-spirited evening of socializing without having to get into and out of automobiles in between.
In either case, 510 Ocean and Spy Lounge are two of the latest to clue in to this club food revival.
A quaint, well-foliated courtyard in back would have been preferable as well, if for no other reason than to escape the Sixties rock classics played too loudly indoors, but we were not offered that option.
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