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  • A pleasant surprise to have time to find much of anything useful with al'Thor and those puppies who called themselves Asha'man constantly in and out of Sammael's chambers in the Great Hall of the Council.

    The Path of Daggers

  • One day, when she was nearly four, she wandered away from the upper courtyard where the children were playing ball between the Great Hall and the Chapel Royal, and crept into the forbidden King's apartments.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • Harry and Ron slouched into the Great Hall in states of deepest gloom, Hermione behind them, wearing a well-you-did-break-schoolrules sort of expression.

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

  • I turned eleven, and finished my service to Poseidon, and loosed a half-grown boar, whose tusks were showing, in the Great Hall when the King of Tiryns was dining there.

    The King Must Die

  • 'You were in the Great Hall last night, when Mr Gulbrandsen went to his room?'

    Twin Moons

  • The Chapel Royal was distressingly bare the Reformers again! but the Great Hall was magnificent.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • On the west is the Great Hall of the People where we had our banquet.

    Barbara Bush

  • We drove immediately to the Great Hall of the People for arrival ceremonies and a twenty-one-gun salute, and that night we had the first of a succession of twelve-course dinners.

    An American Life

  • When the company returned from the Maying, wearing their garlands and playing the horn and tab or they festooned the Great Hall with the flowering branches and held the holiday feast.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • James III, with his favourite, Robert Cochrane, the architect of the Great Hall at Stirling, incurred the hatred of his nobles.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles


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