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  • noun Plural form of auditorium.


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  • In some other states - including, once again, Texas - inept or shady sponsors have created disastrous charters that run out of money or wind up educating their students en masse in auditoriums or churches.

    Dan Collins: Albany Gets an "F" in Education

  • That same year, New York enacted the Clean Indoor Air Act, which prohibited smoking in auditoriums, elevators, gymnasiums, food stores, shared taxicabs and limousines.

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  • In buildings where people assemble, such as auditoriums or large office settings full of lights, equipment and workers, a building's internally generated heat can necessitate air conditioning even during winter.

    Shaping the City: Good design promotes efficient air conditioning

  • The NP4100 has the ability to display a high level of brightness at 6200 ANSI lumens,making it appropriate for larger than average screen sizes and rooms with minimal lighting control such as auditoriums, training and network centers.

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  • · Avoid places with wide-span roofs, such as auditoriums, cafeterias, large hallways or shopping malls.

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  • Avoid places with wide-span roofs, such as auditoriums or large hallways. Local News

  • For larger venues, such as auditoriums and lecture halls, the D series (D300 & D400) uses DLP technology to offer higher brightness in dark or lighted conditions and versatile connectivity, including HDMI.

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  • Individuals searching for filming locations can filter the list of schools based upon architectural style or desired features, such as auditoriums, athletic fields, classrooms or libraries.

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  • According to NEC, the NP4100W can display 5,500 ANSI lumens, making it appropriate for larger-than-average screens and rooms with minimal lighting control, such as auditoriums and training centers.

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  • Avoid places with wide-span roofs, such as auditoriums, cafeterias, large hallways, or shopping malls.



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