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penny arcade a hall or building, esp. in an amusement park, in which various mechanical games, peep shows, and other entertainment devices may be operated for a small sum.
Philadelphia a city in southeastern Pennsylvania, the largest city in the state and one of the most populous in the U.S., important as a government center during the Revolutionary War and home to Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and The U.S. Constitution were signed.
recreation room a room or hall, as in a camp, school, or residential institution, that is used for recreational or social activities; rec room.
refectory an institutional dining hall, as in a monastery or a college.
Roberto Clemente U.S. professional baseball player, the first Hispanic American to be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame; born Roberto Walker Clemente (b.1934--d.1972).
rotunda a large central hall with a high ceiling, such as the lobby of a hotel or office building. [1/2 definitions]
salon an art gallery or exhibition hall, or an exhibit of art work. [1/4 definitions]
seating the arrangement of seats in a hall or theater. [1/2 definitions]
Seneca Falls a village and township located in central New York State, where the first U.S. women's rights convention was held (1848), now home to the Women's Rights National Historical Park and the National Women's Hall of Fame.
Tammany of, relating to, or descriptive of the persons or practices of Tammany Hall.
taxi dancer someone employed by a dance hall to dance, for a fee, with the patrons.
training table a table or dining hall where athletes eat specially prepared meals.
Valhalla in Scandinavian mythology, the hall where Odin receives and enshrines the heroes who have died bravely in battle.
vestibule a small hall or passageway at the entrance to a building; foyer. [1/3 definitions]