dorm room

  1. a large sleeping room containing several beds
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How To Use dorm room In A Sentence

  • PCs Limited was the original brand of IBM clones made by Michael Dell in his Austin dorm room.
  • So you look at the overall campus and you look at lots and lots of rooms: libraries, dorm rooms, classrooms, cubicles and so forth.
  • The college permits students who are 21 or older to consume alcoholic beverages in their dorm rooms.
  • All of these were explainable things," Ricks said of accusations he faced in several locations, including spending late nights with students in a dorm room in Atlanta, inappropriate contact with students in Hampton Roads, allegations of unethical behavior in Caroline County and stalking boys while a teacher in Manassas. Ex-Va. teacher Ricks pleads guilty to child porn, gets 25 years
  • The District's preppy private school reeled from the news that a freshman dorm room had been converted into a drug laboratory. Georgetown students never take 'hard drugs' (wink, wink), Facebook moms annoy people, and more
  • The day ended, I retired to my dorm room in boredom, finishing more homework and watching as Bridget fluttered back and forth between her bed and the bathroom.
  • What The Social Network gets right, is that these two spaces are often cohabitated by the same people, especially at prestigious institutions like Harvard; at [substitute reputable school name here], the idiot who fell out of his dorm room window while clutching a bong is the same kid who discovered a plausible explanation to reconcile quantum mechanics and general relativity ... or whatever. Zach Weisberg: Seeking Truth in The Social Network
  • The hostel has undergone a 1.2million refurbishment and now has a mix of ensuite, family and dorm rooms. The Sun
  • Laura (southernxyl): Whit, the only place people can associate is in their dorm room? The Volokh Conspiracy » Sex Education, Dirty Words, and the Due Process Clause
  • This back-to-campus season, USA TODAY talked to Express 'Pam Seidman about making red-carpet entrances from the dorm room to the classroom. Celeb Style: Smart back-to-college looks
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