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New English School (Kuwait) - Facilities
... The Secondary Department consists of 35 classrooms, 11 fully equipped laboratories for physics, chemistry and biology, a number of specialist geography rooms, 4 specialist computer ... a library and a specialist music room for each of the Infant and Junior sections and a fully equipped Computer Centre ... The school has an all-purpose hall and a fully equipped armchair theatre ...
Christian Brothers' High School, Lewisham - Facilities
... facilities of Christian Brothers' High School include Six fully equipped science laboratories, named the "Dr Victor Chang Building" in honour of the professional Dr Chang Music and performing arts rooms Lecture ... hall A brand new library and learning centre Three fully equipped art rooms Four fully equipped computer labs ...
GSP Stadium - Attributes - GSP Athletic Centre Includes
... GSP Football Stadium Weight Lifting Room Lockers (Fully Equipped) Doping Control Room Referees Lockers Delegate Room Indoor Warm Up Area Conference Rooms Secretarial facilities Restaurant Cafeteria Storage ... and field stadium, this vast space provides maximum flexibility, as it can be furnished and equipped, decorated or divided as required for each event. 800 lux Includes Weight Lifting Room - Gym Indoor warm up area Photofinish installations Lockers (fully equipped) Doping Control Room Physiotherapy Room Snack bars/canteens/restaurants ...

Famous quotes containing the words fully equipped, equipped and/or fully:

    A fully equipped duke costs as much to keep up as two Dreadnoughts, and dukes are just as great a terror—and they last longer.
    David Lloyd George (1863–1945)

    Genius is no more than childhood recaptured at will, childhood equipped now with man’s physical means to express itself, and with the analytical mind that enables it to bring order into the sum of experience, involuntarily amassed.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)

    Young people love what is interesting and odd, no matter how true or false it is. More mature minds love what is interesting and odd about truth. Fully mature intellects, finally, love truth, even when it appears plain and simple, boring to the ordinary person; for they have noticed that truth tends to reveal its highest wisdom in the guise of simplicity.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)