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  • The game became the first event ever held inside the new arena.
  • Many top teams compete in this arena and many major events are held here each year.
  • Several prominent family members have been involved in domestic and foreign political arenas.
  • In the space of one month, they performed the show in twenty-thousand-seat-arenas.
  • The main way to win is to take control of two of the three arenas.
  • He established an arena for public games close by the Temple.
  • A lot of the work she does by herself is more in the producer's arena.
  • The Navy needed to determine its role within the special operations arena.
  • Both arenas are frequently used for trade shows, hockey games and other sports.
  • List of some notable TV appearances Arena has made over the years.
  • Of course, the arena's first function is for the high school.
  • Arenas that serve as off-campus college sports facilities are also included in this list.
  • Over the course of time the organisation has spread into other arenas of education.
  • Then he decided to go to Paris where he grew up very soon in the box arenas.
  • Usually only one wave crest will be present at any given time in an arena.
  • Many of Arena's tracks have been created using that same guitar.
  • In addition, the arena's sight lines left much to be desired.
  • Thus, the religious movement moved into the political arena.
  • I go into the arena and I compete against destruction and I win.
  • The two latter arenas opened before the end of this season.
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Meaning of arena

  • noun The central area of an ancient roman amphitheater where contests and spectacles were held; especially an area that was strewn with sand
  • noun A playing field where sports events take place