He worked odd jobs as a translator and laundromat attendant before becoming immersed in the Chicago film scene.
The investigators got just enough to lead them to a building near the laundromat.
Seriously everywhere: every bar, gas station, grocery store, radio station, church, halfway house, laundromat, and party.
She works part-time in a laundromat and lives in a homeless shelter in New York with her fiancé and 13-year-old son.
Finally, you have to visit the laundromat to make sure you have a clean outfit.
Prior to being a film critic, you worked as a translator and a laundromat attendant.
And in what film, set largely in a laundromat, helped launch the career of Daniel Day-Lewis?
That list includes apartment complexes, the Chrysler Group, real estate agencies, a laundromat and even a cemetery.
"automatic coin-operated public laundry," 1946, originally (1942) a proprietary name by Westinghouse for a type of automatic washing machine; from laundry + ending probably suggested by automat. Also used for public clothes-washing places in U.S. were washateria (1935), laundrette (1945). The Westinghouse machine was popular after the war and was available with coin chutes and timers.