The word hall is a noun. Hall means (1) a large entrance or reception room or area, (2) a college or university building containing living quarters for students, (3) a large building for meetings or entertainment, (4) a large room for gatherings or entertainment, (5) a large building used by a college or university for teaching or research, (6) an interior passage or corridor onto which rooms open, (7) the large room of a manor or castle, (8) a large and imposing house.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word hall.
The Hall of Fame opened its doors in 1939 in Cooperstown, New York where some people think baseball may have been invented. The website describes the Museum and its exhibits. The Hall of Fame and Museum are non-profits and they are dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the historical development of baseball and its impact on our culture. Users can find information about visiting and more.
Browse this wedding caterer directory for information about wedding caterers in the United States of America. The photograph on this page depicts a wedding banquet catering hall.
Crystal chandeliers create an ornate focal point that adds drama and glamor to a large room or entry hall. Learn about the history and construction of crystal chandeliers.
The National Hockey League was founded in Canada in 1917. The website contains a full history of both hockey and the NHL and the origins of the Stanley Cup, which has been given to the winning NHL team since 1892. Viewers can also see team rankings, information about players, teams, scores, games, fantasy hockey, hall of fame, the shop, and much more.
Learn about the City of Virginia Beach on this official city government web site. Read about the City Hall and the City Council, as well as the operations and services of the Virginia Beach government.
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