Recent Examples of urinal from the Web
Some extra space between urinals, this in a venue the taxpayer has at partially funded?
A row of urinals lined a wall of their loft, which was, perhaps, a touch more Marcel Duchamp than the couple had in mind.
Before their performance at the Building, Jodeci was rehearsing in the bathroom mirror while men peed in the nearby urinals.
There is mystery, a bit of hijinx and a radical intellectual underpinning to this urinal.
The same phenomenon that makes Manhattan smell like a urinal during the summertime will make your gym clothes smell like old feet, so when drying them in the machine, use a low- or no-heat setting.
The attacker came up behind him while Dumas was at the urinal, whispered in his ear to be quiet, then smashed his head into the wall, the suit says.
That's Cub Premature panic and pessimism are as much a part of Cubs tradition as bricks, ivy and communal urinals.
Would there be special urinals that dispense discount beer coupons?
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Origin and Etymology of urinal
Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin, from Latin urina
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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