Thesaurus / lobbied


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Specifically, there must be free Wi-Fi in the room, not just in the lobby.
I pushed through the revolving door into an almost overwhelmingly awesome lobby of glass, marble, and stainless steel, hung with enormous works of art.
What truly separates them from the competition — distinctive, personalized service — is difficult to deliver when guests check in and out through an app on their phones and rarely stop in the lobby.
He has a court in his basement, as well as in the lobby of Qualtrics’ headquarters building in Orem, Utah.
The signs in the hotel lobby stating that masks were required in all public spaces were followed — by some of the people, some of the time.
One company shared in 2018 that it hadn’t planned to promote the election, until one day the CEO saw that employees had set up their own voter registration table in the lobby and that the table was getting a lot of traffic.
Still, the first thing to know about Barrett is that her biggest supporters believe that she will rule in favor of the business lobby—indeed, the US Chamber of Commerce is urging senators to confirm her.
NAFTA wasn’t the only matter on which business lobbies felt they had lost control.
The Association for Financial Markets in Europe, the region’s biggest lobby group for brokers and investors in capital markets, is pressing both sides to reach an agreement.
The Superbar sat in the lobby, with stations lined up like train carts.