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. Later, rooms were partitioned from it, so that today the hall of a house is the space inside the front door through which the rooms are reached....
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... After college graduation, Hall moved to Duluth, Minnesota where she was a caseworker for St ... Even though Hall enjoyed helping people in her work, she found it difficult to separate her feelings while being a caseworker ... For her job in Duluth, Minnesota, Hall used her musical and poetic talents in an advertising campaign ...
... In November 1969, Hall moved to Topanga, a northern suburb of Los Angeles, California ... simple, Rubenesque line drawings." Even though Hall didn't express dissatisfaction as being an artist, she decided to move again ... Hall moved to Berkeley in February 1971 ...
... Alford Manor House Alford Windmill Alkborough Turf Maze Ayscoughfee Hall Baldocks Mill Belmont Mast (tallest construction in the European Union) Belton House Bolingbroke ...
... Mary's Hall which is completely blocked off ... The three buildings most commonly discussed as being haunted are Alumni Hall (located by St ... Mary's Hall and Dundale (both located on the west campus) ...
... Gus Hall (born Arvo Kustaa Halberg October 8, 1910 – October 13, 2000) was a leader and Chairman of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and its four-time U.S ... As a labor leader, Hall was closely associated with the so-called "Little Steel" Strike of 1937, an effort to unionize the nation's smaller, regional steel manufacturers ... During the Second Red Scare, Hall was indicted under the Smith Act and was sentenced to eight years in prison ...
More definitions of "Hall":
- (noun): A college or university building containing living quarters for students.
Synonyms: dormitory, dorm, residence hall, student residence
- (noun): A large building used by a college or university for teaching or research.
Example: "Halls of learning"
- (noun): United States chemist who developed an economical method of producing aluminum from bauxite (1863-1914).
Synonyms: Charles Martin Hall
- (noun): A large room for gatherings or entertainment.
Example: "Lecture hall"; "pool hall"
- (noun): United States explorer who led three expeditions to the Arctic (1821-1871).
Synonyms: Charles Francis Hall
- (noun): A large entrance or reception room or area.
Synonyms: anteroom, antechamber, entrance hall, foyer, lobby, vestibule
- (noun): United States astronomer who discovered Phobos and Deimos (the two satellites of Mars) (1829-1907).
Synonyms: Asaph Hall
- (noun): The large room of a manor or castle.
Synonyms: manor hall
- (noun): An interior passage or corridor onto which rooms open.
Example: "The elevators were at the end of the hall"
- (noun): English writer whose novel about a lesbian relationship was banned in Britain for many years (1883-1943).
Synonyms: Radclyffe Hall, Marguerite Radclyffe Hall
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“The statements of science are hearsay, reports from a world outside the world we know. What the poet tells us has long been known to us all, and forgotten. His knowledge is of our world, the world we are both doomed and privileged to live in, and it is a knowledge of ourselves, of the human condition, the human predicament.”
—John Hall Wheelock (18861978)
“Chipmunks jump, and
Rather burst than
Not be with her.”
—Donald Hall (b. 1928)
“Go where he will, the wise man is at home,
His hearth the earth,his hall the azure dome;
Where his clear spirit leads him, theres his road,
By Gods own light illumined and foreshadowed.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)