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laboratory, lavatory
laboratory (LAB ruh tor" ee, LAB ruh tohr" ee) (noun)
A place or location specifically designed for and equipped for scientific investigation, research, or study: The new chemistry laboratory at the university was funded by a pharmaceutical company.
lavatory (LAV uh tor" ee, LAV uh TOHR ee) (noun)
A specifically designed room equipped with basins and toilets, often with multiple conveniences: A public lavatory should always be kept clean and well equipped for its users.

Joshua worked in a hot third floor laboratory all summer; while the lavatory was on the second floor.

lavatory (s) (noun), lavatories (pl)
1. A vessel for washing, a laver, a bath.
2. In certain churches, the ritual washing of the celebrant's hands at the offertory and then after the cleansing of the vessels following the communion.
3. A room equipped with washing and often toilet facilities; a "bathroom".
4. A washbowl or basin, especially one permanently installed with running water.
5. A flush toilet.
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