The extremely large room with the blue ceiling and intensely bright light (during the day) or black ceiling with lots of tiny night-lights (during the night) found outside all computer installations. "He can't come to the phone right now, he's somewhere out in the Big Room."
The big room was so lighted that it was more dazzling than the noon day.
"He told me to go into the big room," continued Leo, pointing to the banking-room.
One warm summer night when bed-time came she made the announcement that she was going upstairs to sleep in the big room.
For some reason he did not want to fill it out in the big room.
Poor little Charles was left standing alone in the big room.
We found ourselves in rather a big room, reeking with the smell of tobacco.
She did not offer any further explanation, but slipped out of the big room and hurried back to the road once more.
As I've told ye, there's twelve men now waitin' for him in the big room.
The lights in the big room were on, apparently only because he was still within.
A British colonel is giving a lecture in the big room at nine tonight.