Recent Examples of urinal from the Web
Original Details Even after more than $150 million in renovations since 2013 (vaya con dios, trough urinals), many vintage Dodger Stadium features survive.
Rebates of $200 per waterless urinal are offered, and some have been ordered for Hanson Elementary, Seifts said.
In 2006, the old advisory board attempted to block the use of those urinals, which require less pipe, in the Comcast Tower.
In this 2007 file photo, Archibald MacLeish drinks from the cat fountain, which had been the urinal that Ernest Hemingway confiscated from the original Sloppy Joe’s Bar.
Brewster took his resume and taped them above the urinals in every bathroom.
Mike Brewster didn’t originally plan on posting copies of his résumé on the wall above the urinals in the highest trafficked men’s room at the American Football Coaches Association convention, but desperate times called for a little ingenuity.
In the three heists, 16 brass plumbing fixtures were stolen from toilets and urinals.
Art could be an encounter between an object that already existed — a urinal, a bicycle wheel, a stone in a grotto — and an idea about that object, fused into a new union beyond functionality.
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Origin and Etymology of urinal
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
URINAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of urinal for English Language Learners
: a toilet that is attached to a wall especially in a public bathroom for men to urinate into
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