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At Pompano Beach High School, north of Fort Lauderdale, evacuees were crowded into a cafeteria converted into a Broward County shelter on Saturday afternoon.
At the Reds’ facility in Goodyear, Arizona, the major leaguers occupy one side of the complex building, while the minors leaguers have another with smaller lockers, less personal space and a cafeteria instead of a cozy dining room.
Maybe there’s a giant communal cafeteria on one side of campus and a smaller grab-and-go shop on the other.
George Hennard drives his truck into a cafeteria and then opens fire.
With Proposition K funds from San Marcos’ 2010 bond measure, and state Proposition 51 education funds, the school will add 54 classrooms, a gymnasium, cafeteria, band room and library, and science, design and language labs.
Maybe think about something that happened recently on the playground at school, or in the cafeteria, or in the classroom, or at PE or something.
On May 17, 2006, a 58-year-old dementia patient broke his hip and ribs in a fall from a cafeteria window.
Plans call for a 3,800-square-foot addition to the school, located at 6670 Station Road, which will house a cafeteria, activities room, and office space, along with some renovations.
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Origin and Etymology of cafeteria
First Known Use: 1894See Words from the same year
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