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Word: amenities

Definition: convenient features that helps to make life pleasant; social courtesies

Sentences Containing 'amenities'

A royal spa is latest addition in this luxury train amenities.
A significant number of station amenities were supplied but failed to improve patronage at the station, which ultimately led to its closure.
All these important amenities attract the students to this institution.
Amenities at the park include five plazas along the of trails.
Amenities in the village include a public house, an hotel, two cafes, one restaurant and takeaway food establishments as well as a recreation ground.
Both parks have picnic areas, restrooms, and other amenities.
By 1801, the village began to grow, with six buildings, and several amenities including a blacksmith, store, doctor, lawyer, and a tavern.
Campground accommodation facility offers overnight amenities.
Carpenter was selected to design new public spaces and visitor amenities for the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Community amenities include a swimming pool, fitness center, tennis courts, parks and gardens, shopping and restaurants.
Electric matches, or electronic ignition, is used in natural gas and propane fueled commercial and household appliances and amenities.
Equipment levels were sparse, although basic amenities like power steering, cloth trim and a radio/cassette player were fitted.
Even though it has a lot of amenities, the Welagedara Stadium is not going to be used for the 2012 SLPL tournament.
For residents there are also other services and amenities.
Gmina Dobrcz has several historic buildings: Natural amenities.
Harkin convinced politicians that creating parks would gain the support of constituents through increased enjoyment from park’s amenities.
Highway 371 and Highway 200 concurrently reach downtown Walker, a town where travelers can find most amenities.
Hostel facilities are available for both men and women with amenities like TV, telephone, indoor and outdoor games, uninterrupted power and water supply.
However, it has parking facilities and other amenities that are extended far beyond its given location.
In the 1870s, streets, elm trees, and other amenities were installed by Washington Mayor Alexander Robey Shepherd, who encouraged the development of the area.
In the early 1960s the council had planned to build 5,000 dwellings, a small shopping centre and other amenities with a pedestrian link to Seacroft. Other information.
It has a primary school and there is a post office and other local amenities including a very successful Community Centre, The Centre @Halton (http://www.haltoncentre.org).
Local amenities include a church, post office and pub.
Locker rooms, concession stands, food service, picnic areas, offices and other park amenities are available for use.
Metro also spread an estimated 100 million wildflower and grass seeds and built trails and other amenities prior to the park opening.
NatureWalk is surrounded by the Point Washington State Forest, a 15,000 acre wildlife preserve Amenities.
Other motivations are to gain better amenities than those available in single-person housing, to share the work of maintaining a household, and to have the companionship of other people.
Phase III of the Memorial Stadium renovation and retrofit is the renovation of the stadium's east side by adding modern amenities to that side of the stadium.
Portions of the site are listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Moore State Park Historic District. Activities and amenities.
Queensburgh property prices have risen due to the high demand, proximity to amenities and the Durban CBD, Pinetown and Mobeni / Rossburgh.
Regent Seven Seas specializes in ships with small passenger capacity and many included amenities.
Slovenia offers tourists a wide variety of natural and cultural amenities.
Small shops, cafes, and amenities line both sides of 33rd Street West. Transportation.
The amenities of larger centers have given rise to a lower rural population, and a higher urban population in the province.
The area includes a cafeteria, a children's pool and other amenities.
The centre is a new purpose built amenities building and consists of a large dining room, and smaller coffee and snack bar.
The Civilian Conservation Corps developed visitor amenities in 1934, and Kershaw–Ryan State Park was officially established the following year.
The colony is self-sufficient with a CBSE school, hospital and other amenities.
The entry-level LX model featured fewer amenities in a long-wheelbase (LWB) form.
The park has barbecue pits, entertainment facilities, chalets, food and beverage, and amenities for sports activities.
The park has such amenities as beaches, bicycling, boating, canoeing, fishing, hiking, kayaking, picnicking, snorkeling, swimming and wildlife viewing.
The village has a population of 3579 as per 2011 Census, supported by a government school, dispensary, post office and other amenities.
The village's amenities are few and include a pub, The Highland Drove, which has won awards for its food, and an Anglican church.
There are several amenities in the building.
This facility also offers day use amenities, which include picnic tables.
This meant that he was subjected to the Separate Amenities Act and similar Apartheid legislation.
Typical amenities are walkways and benches and a weather-resistant bust of Shakespeare.
Under the concept plan, the park will offer more recreational activities and lifestyle amenities for outdoor sports, games, leisure, and food and beverage outlets.
Urban amenities are virtually absent beyond a 15 mile drive south to the greater Santa Barbara area.
urban amenities suitable for a town of its size remain undeveloped.

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