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UTSC Meeting Place
Toronto

Yes, this central food and beverage annex of the University of Toronto Scarborough campus is actually just called "The Meeting Place".    This is a venue for socializing, getting a snack and all sorts of regular campus activities.   

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送信日: 12/12/2010
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