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  • The ballroom at the second floor served for many years as a wedding hall.
  • This room, which was intended to serve as a ballroom at need, was next to two large drawing-rooms. Cited from Zibeline by Phillipe de Massa, v3
  • This seemed to make the library as strange as the rest of the house, and he passed on to the ballroom at the back. Cited from The Custom of the Country, by Edith Wharton
  • When she entered the ballroom at length her husband was by her side, but neither by word nor look did she acknowledge his presence there. Cited from The Odds, by Ethel M. Dell
  • When we entered the ballroom at the lower end I could hear suppressed whispers on all sides. Cited from Honor Edgeworth, by Vera
  • Her ghost is said to appear at the ballroom at times, dancing with the patrons.
  • Performances in the grand ballroom at this time were made by artists such as Enrico Caruso along with many others.
  • She kept the secret of her toilet absolutely, and she entered the ballroom at the psychological moment, when all the guests had just assembled. Cited from Famous Affinities of History (All), Lyndon Orr
  • The ballroom at Versailles was built to be twice as large as the original and much antique furniture was used.
  • He's been having services in the ballroom at the Country Club but he is going to dedicate the chapel soon and we are all relieved. Cited from The Heart's Kingdom, by Maria Thompson Daviess
  • This came in a bewildered way, as if the pair had the big ballroom at Delmonico's in the back of their heads. Cited from Felix O'Day, by F. Hopkinson Smith
  • The original show was broadcast from the since-demolished Aragon Ballroom at Venice Beach.
  • He was wholly and completely drunk when he charged into the ballroom at two in the morning, brandishing a full bottle, and singing uproariously. Cited from The Missing Link, by Edward Dyson
  • The two architects worked together for several years, their most notable work being the ballroom at the Astor House Hotel, built in 1917.
  • The Ritz Ballroom at Grange Cross was a very popular venue in the early rock and roll era.
  • He imagined, as she stood before him, a little embarrassed by the admiration in his eyes, the sensation Jeanne would create in a ballroom at home. Cited from Flower of the North, by James Oliver Curwood
  • On each side of the building a suite of four state rooms lead from the grand canal facade to the largest room in the palazzo - the magnificent ballroom at the rear.
  • They were married in his mother's ballroom at Beechwood, the family's Newport, Rhode Island, house.
  • The order of the winning bands is revealed after each finalist band performs at the Commodore Ballroom at a wrap up event in late November.
  • Charles Lindbergh spoke in a ballroom at the hotel in 1927, three months after completing his solo Trans-Atlantic flight.
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