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  • n. Plural form of pavillion.

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Examples

  • Each of the professors 'houses, which he preferred calling pavillions, was thus adorned with a Grecian portico, in which he exhibited to his admiring countrymen models of all orders, and forever brought before the eyes of the students the finest specimens of classic architecture.

    Students of the University of Virginia

  • Phase 3 consists mainly of facilities for Liberty Park, such as pavillions, a covered dog park and a picnic area.

    theleafchronicle.com - Local News

  • Anyone who visited the fairgrounds themselves has been, yes, impressed by the architectural marvels of the 250 or so corporate and country pavillions.

    Tom Doctoroff: Shanghai's World Expo: The Curtain Falls

  • The displays were unbelievable, but the pavillions were SO crowded as it was pouring the whole day.

    Living A Dream-Meeting In Malvern « Fairegarden

  • They've changed the physical layout of the fairgrounds, but only a little, to join two sets of pavillions, but I can't figure out why they bothered.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • As can be seen in the second screen capture, there were pavillions about the grounds; these served as promotional booths for the various vintners.

    Archive 2009-11-15

  • All those empty pavillions, the HVAC still humming to keep the mold from taking over, just in case an economy should appear by suprise and need these obsolete consumer paradises once more ... but they don't have any use now: the owners took all the money we would have spent in there already.

    There's No Place Like Home.. and it was right there all the time...

  • He is a bit crazy but than that is a national craze , and I dont blame him , he shaved off his hair before coming to India, just to be able to take in the heat , humidity and dust of the far pavillions.

    Dr Glenn Losack MD « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1

  • Then there was the EPCOT Center, which started out as a series of pavillions sponsored by industrial giants, each one meant to showcase a technology of the future.

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  • Wen Yu With Hong Kong's housing blocks looming, Nan Lian Garden offers golden pavillions and peaceful walks.

    One Hour Out: Hong Kong

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