Recent Examples of lunchroom from the Web
Folding tables are pushed up against one wall of the gym, which also serves as the club's lunchroom.
There is a multi-purpose room that serves as the gym with a stage and as a lunchroom.
Bakers Square pies were spread across the lunchroom -- apple and cherry and blueberry.
From responding to the bell, reading a schedule, dressing down for gym class and maneuvering through the lunchroom, students at each level have to learn how to successfully navigate the school system.
Fellow runner and teammate Violet Harper recalled laughing with Lundgren at the back of the school bus, attending block parties, wearing tie-dye shirts and meeting near the lunchroom trash cans to discuss each other's weekends.
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders flipped that world upside down last year, leaving moderate and establishment politicos like Cranley sitting at the unpopular kids' table in the lunchroom.
From congressional hideaways to country-club fairways, from newsrooms to lunchrooms, from skyscraper to silo, the realization is sinking in: this is going to be with us for quite a while.
Later that year, photos of two wild mustang horses — bearing the names of Bell and Jones —were posted on the lunchroom employee board, the lawsuit states.
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