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Government House

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The building which contains the government offices.
  • noun The official residence of a governor.

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Examples

  • At nightfall, protesters demanded the withdrawal of troops at the prime minister's office, known as Government House, where a tense standoff subsided when protesters agreed to leave for the night.

    Bangkok Protesters Force Army to Pull Back

  • At nightfall, protesters demanded the withdrawal of troops at the prime minister's office, known as Government House, where a tense standoff subsided when protesters agreed to leave for the night.

    Bangkok Protesters Force Army to Pull Back

  • At nightfall, protesters demanded the withdrawal of troops at the prime minister's office, known as Government House, where a tense standoff subsided when protesters agreed to leave for the night.

    Bangkok Protestors Force Army to Pull Back

  • At nightfall, protesters demanded the withdrawal of troops at the prime minister's office, known as Government House, where a tense standoff subsided when protesters agreed to leave for the night.

    Bangkok Protestors Force Army to Pull Back

  • At nightfall, protesters demanded the withdrawal of troops at the prime minister's office, known as Government House, where a tense standoff subsided when protesters agreed to leave for the night.

    Bangkok Protesters Force Army to Pull Back

  • At nightfall, protesters demanded the withdrawal of troops at the prime minister's office, known as Government House, where a tense standoff subsided when protesters agreed to leave for the night.

    Bangkok Protestors Force Army to Pull Back

  • It was held in the ballroom of Government House, which is huge, though many people spilled outside into the garden - it was a warm evening.

    Journal for 28 October

  • Ross and Crozier were once again guests at the governor's house — officially called Government House by the old-time inhabitants of Hobart Town — but this time it was obvious that a shadow lay over both Franklins.

    The Terror

  • Herodian troops held all the key points of the city, and what had been the palace of the city's impotent figurehead prince was now called Government House and was occupied by Cado and his captains.

    The Tower of Fear

  • An avenue 130 ft. broad and nearly 1½ m. long, planted throughout its length with trees, leads from the town to Government House, which is built on the site of

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 "Brescia" to "Bulgaria"

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