Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Plural of auditorium.

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  • noun Plural form of auditorium.

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Examples

  • Earlier in the week, as the media elite jostled for space in packed auditoria to hear West Wing writer Aaron Sorkin and The Wire creator David Simon on Wednesday, the person that would have the most impact on the news coming out of Cannes that day was tweeting from work in Stockholm.

    James Murdoch warns over the new technology challenges facing News Corp

  • Earlier in the week, as the media elite jostled for space in packed auditoria to hear West Wing writer Aaron Sorkin and The Wire creator David Simon on Wednesday, the person that would have the most impact on the news coming out of Cannes that day was tweeting from work in Stockholm.

    James Murdoch warns over the new technology challenges facing News Corp

  • His theatre and auditorium commissions of the 1960s – the new Nottingham Playhouse, the Royal Shakespeare theatre at Stratford-upon-Avon, the five auditoria at the Barbican Centre – culminated in providing the seating for 38,000 people at the Mexico City Olympic stadium.

    Robin Day obituary

  • And of course it's not like you never see mid west christian bible thumpers begging for money on TV and in huge auditoria to help cleanse you of the devil and then go and bang a couple of hookers.

    Bryan Singer's Valkyrie Gets Moved to 2009 « FirstShowing.net

  • And because Colonel Morse had advised him that he would be lecturing to “huge audiences in vast auditoria,” in the weeks before his departure, Oscar engaged the services of an expensive expert on oratory to give him elocution lessons.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • And because Colonel Morse had advised him that he would be lecturing to “huge audiences in vast auditoria,” in the weeks before his departure, Oscar engaged the services of an expensive expert on oratory to give him elocution lessons.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • We will look back at the intro courses taught in large auditoria and smirk. —

    An Online Economics Professor Reveals All - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • And because Colonel Morse had advised him that he would be lecturing to “huge audiences in vast auditoria,” in the weeks before his departure, Oscar engaged the services of an expensive expert on oratory to give him elocution lessons.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • And because Colonel Morse had advised him that he would be lecturing to “huge audiences in vast auditoria,” in the weeks before his departure, Oscar engaged the services of an expensive expert on oratory to give him elocution lessons.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • Yet over the years, the festival has expanded from one small venue to its current reach, four auditoria scattered throughout the city (though all of the theaters are confined to the city's downtown area), hosting a dizzying number of offerings.

    GreenCine Daily: PIFF Dispatch. 1.

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