- n. Plural form of gymnasium.
“And now the gymnasiums were a sight to see, thronged as they were, one and all, with warriors stripping for exercise; or again, the hippodrome crowded with horses and riders performing their evolutions; or the javelin men and archers going through their peculiar drill.”
“The study notes other factors CPS doesn't take into account in other schools: rooms not designed as classrooms (such as gymnasiums and closets) but used to hold classes aren't considered; mobile units and other temporary space isn't taken into account.”
“In a separate article, the paper reports on proposed changes in Bridgewater's Master Plan to require larger lot sizes for "accessory uses" of property by religious institutions, such as gymnasiums and child care centers.”
“In this moody dance film, directed by Henry Joost and Jody Lee Lipes, City Ballet dancers perform Robbins's original stage choreography in the streets, gymnasiums, parking lots and subways of New York, combining jazz-ballet movement and real-life urban environments.”
“Police say more than 452,000 people are staying in temporary shelters, some sleeping on the floor in school gymnasiums.”
“Champ gymnasiums found a inteligent way to communicate that exercising helps quit smoking.”
“They started last week in libraries and senior centers, but by Thursday several had to be moved into high school gymnasiums to accommodate larger crowds.”
“Schools, gymnasiums and at least one bowling alley have been turned into emergency morgues to hold the growing number of dead.”
“And for this week, maybe it's time to add - we've added a fifth H for hypothesis, because students all over the country are participating in a national 4-H Youth Science Day in auditoriums, in gymnasiums across the country.”
“FLATOW: Donald Floyd, we don't really think of a 4-H usually as going into schools in New York City and other areas, in gymnasiums.”
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