cloakroom cloakroom  /ˈkloʊ ˌkrum/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a private lounge off of a legislative chamber
  2. (n) a room where coats and other articles can be left temporarily

News

  1. The Record: Entering the fray

    NEW U.S. Sen. Jeffrey Chiesa may find himself voting on a landmark immigration bill before he even finds his way around the Senate cloakroom.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Record

  2. Herald News: Chiesa and the immigraton debate

    NEW U.S. Sen. Jeffrey Chiesa may find himself voting on a landmark immigration bill before he even finds his way around the Senate cloakroom.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Record

Quotes

  1. "Teddy's been one of those people who just transcends politics," said Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn., on CBS's Early Show. "When you get into that cloakroom after a good, hard fight, you'll never have a better friend on the other side than...
    on May 21, 2008 By: Chris Dodd Source: FOXNews

  2. In her new autobiography Send Yourself Roses, Turner writes: "One night in 2002, when I was in rehearsal for The Graduate in New York, I met my director, Terry Johnson, at Orso, a restaurant. I left some presents I had just bought in the cloakroom...
    on Feb 7, 2008 By: Kathleen Turner Source: PR-Inside.com (Pressemitteilung)

  3. Speaking live on air on Tuesday, Sir David said: "What do you call a Pakistani cloakroom attendant?"
    on Mar 26, 2009 By: David Jason Source: BBC News

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