An area in a building onto which rooms open; a corridor
The room or space just inside the front entrance of a house or apartment
an entrance hall
A large room for meetings, concerts, or other events
A large public room in a mansion or palace used for receptions and banquets
The room used for meals in a college, university, or school
he dined in hall
A college or university building containing classrooms, residences, or rooms for other purposes
The principal living room of a medieval house
A large country house, esp. one with a landed estate
hallway: an interior passage or corridor onto which rooms open; "the elevators were at the end of the hall"
anteroom: a large entrance or reception room or area
a large room for gatherings or entertainment; "lecture hall"; "pool hall"
dormitory: a college or university building containing living quarters for students
manor hall: the large room of a manor or castle
English writer whose novel about a lesbian relationship was banned in Britain for many years (1883-1943)
HALL redirects here. For other uses, see hall. Lalibela Airport is an airport in Lalibela, Ethiopia . Located at an elevation of 1958 meters above sea level, this airport has one asphalt runway 2435 meters long by 53 wide. The main runway was rebuilt in 1997 at a cost of 53 million Birr.
In architecture, a hall is fundamentally a relatively large space enclosed by a roof and walls. In the Iron Age, a mead hall was such a simple building and was the residence of a lord and his retainers. ...
The meanings attributed to the word hall have varied over the centuries, as social practices have changed. The word derives from the Old Teutonic (hallâ), where it is associated with the idea of covering or concealing. ...
Hall was an American racing car constructor. Hall cars competed in one FIA World Championship race - the 1951 Indianapolis 500.
Alle is a municipality in the district of Porrentruy of the canton of Jura in Switzerland.
Hall is a lunar crater named in honor of American astronomer Asaph Hall that is located in the southeast part of the Lacus Somniorum, a lunar mare in the northeast part of the Moon. This feature can be found to the west of the prominent walled plain Posidonius. ...
A corridor; a hallway; A meeting room; A manor house; A building providing student accommodation at a university; The principal room of a secular medieval building
A British and Scandinavian topographic surname for someone who lived in or near a hall; A surname of German origin for someone associated with a salt mine; A Anglo-Norman surname. direct descendents of the Fitzwilliam line
Halls of residence are blocks of student accommodation, which either provide meals or self-catering facilities. Priority for places in halls is usually given to first year students. There are usually a variety of other facilities like laundrettes, common rooms, TVs and cleaners. ...
(Halls) The place where most students will live during their first year. ‘Halls’ is short for ‘halls of residence.’ These are usually large, 60s style buildings—a cross between hotels and East German youth hostels.
dryhtsele; gifheall; goldsele, m; heall, f; reced; sæ, n; sele
generic term for an Exposition Facility; may also refer to an individual area within a facility, such as Hall A or Halls A-C
Short for residence hall; the dorm building you live in
Principal living quarters of a medieval castle or house.
The college dinning room. However St Hilda’s also has a building called Hall Building which is helpfully not where the dining room is located.
ucinogens - drugs that induce hallucinations or distort reality. Hallucinogens such as LSD ["acid"], PCP ["angel dust," "hog"] are made synthetically or are found in plants: mushrooms (psilocybin), cactus (mescaline), and from morning glory seeds, nutmeg, jimson weed. ...
Short for Dining Hall. Portraits of former Principals adorn its walls, and it is known for its chilly draught on winter evenings. Make friends with the catering staff and you might get a larger portion if no one is looking. ...
is committed to aiding at-risk youth through his literacy program, The Anthony Michael Hall Literacy Club, in association with Chapman University.
A lofty chamber which is much longer than its width.