- n. Plural form of hall.
- n. UK, uncountable student accommodation
“And she is now taking classes for all ages in halls, homes and workplaces throughout Auckland.”
“They would be recorded in halls of heroes, their names sung at festival.”
“This organized disruption of town halls is a direct interference with government business, and the FBI has jurisdiction and authority to get involved if necessary.”
“Inciting a Mob at town halls is going to backfire, just like it did during the Obama v. McCain election.”
“We might as well put pimps and dope pushers in halls of public service .... at least they're not trying to hide the fact that they're crooks. proud dem in nc”
“Developed by two university students as a comfort solution to their compact living situations in residence halls is ideal for reading in bed, watching TV, and hanging out with friends.”
“What he chooses to do and proclaim in legislative halls is his business and his right.”
“Hiring retirees on Medicare (oh my God, one of those gummit health care programs) to shout down the democratic process at these town halls is quite the class act.”
“This denial and making up fantastic excuses for what they're seeing in town halls is not going to serve them well in the end.”
“It's time we take back the town halls from the right wing nut cases and ignorant mobs fed by the insurance companies, Fox News, and the republican party.”
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Ambiguous "places" that are conceptual rather than physical, used to help describe certain intangible pursuits.
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