Sentences with word «hall»
In architecture, a hall is a relatively large space enclosed by a roof and walls. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
Any observer who watched the shots of the delegates in the convention halls
saw the obvious way that Benson's thesis pertains to today's politics.
I was initially very discouraged when the October results came in and I realized that a smaller percentage of my seniors had passed, compared to the teacher across the hall
who until this year had never taught the class.
With 16 speakers, a digital amplifier and multiple sound-enhancement technologies, this Bose audio system transforms the Q50 sports sedan into a rolling concert hall
From October 15th, 2015, the Library has a new exhibition hall
, which has been enabled to host educational activities and display bibliographic and documentary based on the funds of the library and archives of artists deposited in the museum exhibitions.
Election or not, we meet about monthly (sometimes less, depending on whose grandkids are in town), research things like tax codes, meet with politicos, and quarterly rent a hall
and invite someone to speak about how schools are funded, or how property is assessed, or the impact of growth on our communities.
Strategized to improve resident programs in three (3) residence halls
housing 257 students, i.e., increasing community and social interaction
At 7 p.m., NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer holds a Flatbush town hall
meeting, Tropical Paradise Ballroom, 1367 Utica Ave., Brooklyn.
[youtube video link for mobile viewing] Ashley roams the halls
of CES 2012 looking for the weirdest, coolest, most fun tech on the show floor.
The lack of progress in the halls
is in complete contrast with the vibrancy and creativity of people on the streets and in alternative gatherings throughout Paris.»
Previous Final Draft hall
of fame award inductees include Nancy Meyers, Steven Zaillian, Aaron Sorkin, Oliver Stone, and Sydney Pollack.
MOVIES & TV
We'll keep an eye out for these budget-friendly devices as our European editors brave the conference halls
, corridors, passageways, aisles, or other circulation spaces shall have 80 in (2030 mm) minimum clear head room (see Fig. 8 (a)-RRB-.
Fraud and corruption charges abounded in Canada's city halls
this year, and no one took the cake more than Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
Highlight the beauty of hall
this year when decorating your pumpkin by covering your pumpkin with fallen leaves you have found outdoors.
Standing at a folding table in the main hall
of Countryside High, Moody wore a peach dress and a smile.
At the end of last school year, students walked around the halls
asking, «Are you leaving?
The interior of Chinese mosques is divided into a lecture hall
, a dormitory, conference rooms, the office of the leaders of the mosque, a bathroom, and the «dead man s room» for washing the deceased.
Therefore, if a whole class is in the hall
, they are all together.
Equipped with a state-of-the-art conference hall
and nine multi-purpose board rooms, the hotel is able to accommodate exclusive meetings as well as large, prestigious events for up to 300 people.
SUNY seems to want to spend money lately across the state on new residence halls
for students, probably so they can collect the room and board.
It is Michelle Rhee describing her years in the classroom, including a time she taped the mouths of her students shut with masking tape to keep them quiet in the halls
Bookended by a news-making frat party with a whites-in-blackface theme, and propelled by a narrative concerning Sam's assault against the school's «randomization of housing» (the only all-black residence hall
, Parker/Armstrong, is on the verge of being diversified), the movie feels monumentally topical.
MOVIES & TV
Was it a walk down the hall
or a telephone call?
The results of the research serve as a tool for planning new sports halls
, when the designers want to use renewable energy.
A smiling beauty water-skis over sunny seas, only for the camera to pull away and reveal she is part of a maritime expo in a vast exhibition hall
MOVIES & TV
Likewise, the front hall
mirror is always a lovely gesture unless it's showcasing a pit stop of mail, shoes, and clutter.
HEALTH & FITNESS
It was while exploring the space of the entrance hall
of the museum that Sheila Hicks began to develop her...
If he's lying across a threshold or in the middle of a hall
(more subtle territory control maneuvers), don't walk over or around him.
The radiator runs between the entry and the walk in hall
HOUSE & HOME
But, having first heard of heating due to added CO2 in the halls
of science in 1964, and heard of it consistently ever since, without controversy over the basic science, I have not seen any signs of a paradigm shift in this subject.
Copeland said if he is nominated, he will take a leave of absence from his duties both at city hall
and at the fish hatchery.
And check out my Holiday House Tour with tons of pics — I decked everything from halls
, to walls, to trees, to tables, to...
If the series keeps on improving at this rate, we could have a future hall
of famer on our hands.
MOVIES & TV
The spherical shape of London's city hall
reduces solar gain, so the building is kept cool using far less energy.
In 10 seconds, he had made it all the way down the hall
and was pushing the elevator button.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan, left, speaks during a town hall
meeting as President Barack Obama looks on Monday, Sept. 14, 2015, at North High School in Des Moines, Iowa.
I was able to score some soap from one of the drawers in the room and I headed down the hall
following the green line and checking suitcases as I went.
Wife of the Ondo State Governor and founder of Breast Cancer Association of Nigeria (BRECAN) Mrs Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu, has disclosed her plan to Organise a town hall
meeting on breast cancer in Imo State as part of activities on the campaign against breast cancer and awareness.
The CSA Interns will support the College Success Academy team in running the logistical aspects of the academic year sites in Allston-Brighton, including maintaining site supplies, staffing the site headquarters, and helping to supervise study hall
Not only will it smoke the rear tires but you can hall
the family around as well!
Mr. Cuomo, in a convention hall
adjacent to the State Capitol, spoke as the former leaders of the State Assembly and the State Senate, Sheldon Silver and Dean G. Skelos, prepare to be sentenced for their convictions on federal corruption charges.
I was hoping to see your hall
by the weekend.
HOUSE & HOME
Sam Falls's Untitled (Pallet 9, Pomona)(2013) at Zürich's Galerie Eva Presenhuber is an orange textile work made by placing pallets on top of a long piece of fabric in the bright sunshine until they created fade marks, then stretching the fabric hammock-like through the hall
like a thin smile.
In Madrid he is derided, but in the Catalan city of Terrassa, where he packed out a hall
of 300 people on the first full day of campaigning on Tuesday, he is greeted with wild cheering.
That was before a momentous summer of Tea Party protests and town hall
«Strikes are always the consequence of failure, failure we can not afford as a nation,» Mr Miliband argued, to heckling from some parts of the hall
The exhibit halls
at most anime conventions big and small will almost always have a manga vendor or three.
We provide our scholars with opportunities each year to travel to their local city halls
, state capitols, and Washington, D.C., to lobby our elected officials on issues ranging from charter school funding to the DREAM Act.
24 hour reception with hall
area, currency exchange, safe deposit box, lift, Internet (charge), free Wi-Fi Internet access in common areas, parking space.
Veteran education journalist John Merrow will return to moderate the town hall
, which will also be broadcast live on the U.S. Department of Education's Ustream channel.