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The administration converted a men’s bathroom into a women’s restroom in a humiliating way: by covering the urinals with plywood.
Eddie Redmayne, a nominee for best actor that year, smiled and squeezed by on his way to the row of urinals.
About 40 percent of the toilets and urinals didn't work.
The artist’s work seems to have as much in common with a regular fish tank as Duchamp’s urinal has with an actual toilet.
From the floors and ceilings to the lockers and even the urinals, visiting teams to the Iowa Hawkeyes' Kinnick Stadium are greeted with an entire locker room coated entirely in a Pepto-Bismol-y shade of pink.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of his attempt to exhibit a Manhattan urinal as an artwork at a New York exhibition.
Maybe if karma were quicker on the draw, or the gods had a slightly nastier sense of humor, Sean Spicer would spend the next few years scrubbing urinals at the National Press Club.
The user then walks into the injection room and takes a seat at a booth with the relative privacy of a partitioned urinal, watched by staff sitting at a desk, like a nurses station, in the center of the room.
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Origin and Etymology of urinal
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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