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I finally went downstairs to the bar off the main lobby where most of the cast were drowning their sorrows over the untimely passing of Ask Tony.
The centralized glass entry and 2-story main lobby provide elegant but an economical welcome.
The tower is made up of three sections: a 30. 5 m ( 100 ft ) high tower base forming the main entrance and public circulation spaces ; a 235. 4 m ( 772 ft ) tall tower body containing 57 office floors, a sky lobby and five mechanical plant floors ; and the tower top consist of six mechanical plant floors and a 102 m ( 335 ft ) tall tower mast.
Others took issue with the large main lobby, particularly its attempt to lure casual visitors.
The piece in the main lobby of Meany Hall, entitled " Theatre ", was commissioned by the University for the hall in 1985.
He had been offered a job while in Stockholm, by Leonard Schultze of Schultze and Weaver, and on joining the firm, Stone designed the main lobby and grand ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City.
Notable changes include the removal of the credits and music from the three-minute opening shot, crosscutting between the main story and Janet Leigh's subplot, and the removal of Harry Keller's hotel lobby scene.
She struts and dances her way through the main lobby, then the Flight Control Tower where the Space Rescue Police's mission to save the workers of the spaceport has gone awry.
The main building was four stories high with a lobby 75 feet square and a dining room 50 feet by 160 feet.
The Gadsden's spacious main lobby is majestically set with a solid white Italian marble staircase and four soaring marble columns.
Since its founding years, ILGA has evolved from a loose organisation of volunteers and an emphasis on the conferences as the main platform for information exchange, inspiration and co-operation initiatives into a more professional lobby organisation with ( some ) paid staff members.
The three-stanza, free verse poem " Secaucus ", published by Bukowski in 1981, is inscribed on a plaque in the main lobby of city hall.
The plaza and a neighboring building are the main setting for rock & roll comedy Airheads, and the lobby is featured in the opening scene of Speed.
A permanent installation is on view in the main lobby of Hearst Tower ( New York City ) entitled Riverlines.
Post-war, the margarine lobby gained power and, little by little, the main margarine restrictions were lifted, the most recent states to do so being Minnesota in 1963 and Wisconsin in 1967.
" Freedom classes " were held by teaching assistants on one floor, and a special Channukah service took place in the main lobby.
The Lodge is used as a hotel for guests to stay in, and the main lobby for the " Douglas Lodge Cabins " around it.
This is required because the customs hall exits into the concourse instead of the main lobby.
In 1970 the terminal was again expanded ; the main lobby was extended and the Delta Air Lines concourse was built.
On March 31, 2011, Hawaiian announced that they will be renovating the check-in lobby of the inter-island terminal at the Honolulu International Airport ( Hawaiian's main hub ).
The main lobby of the terminal contains an exhibit featuring the bust of Nevada State Senator ( and Nevada State Senate Minority Leader ) William J.
The narthex of a church is the entrance or lobby area, located at the end of the nave, at the far end from the church's main altar.
Nichols presented the statue of Ninomiya Sontoku to then Rollins President Hamilton Holt who promised to keep the statue in the main lobby of the college's Warren Administration Building forever.
Evidence presented later suggested that three Detroit Police officers called out all occupants of the motel to the main lobby, searched them for weapons, threatened to kill them, and threw knives at their feet in a " game " before searching the rooms for weapons.
A 1957 animated musical snipe suggested, before the main feature in theatres and during intermission at drive-ins, " let's all go to the lobby to get ourselves a treat ".

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GaudĂ­'s multicolored mosaic salamander, popularly known as " el drac " ( the dragon ), at the main entrance, prior to vandalism early in 2007
360 degree view at the main entrance of the park outside the hall of columns
He founded the Academy of Naples under Giovanni Pontano and, for his entrance in the city in 1443, had a magnificent triumphal arch added to the main gate of Castel Nuovo.
Restoration and the construction of a main entrance to all museums, as well as the reconstruction of the Stadtschloss on the same island is costing over 2 billion Euros since reunification.
Often, this is the case with a large bridge that serves as an entrance to a city, or crosses over a main harbor entrance.
The pediment over the main entrance is decorated by sculptures by Sir Richard Westmacott depicting The Progress of Civilisation, consisting of fifteen allegorical figures, installed in 1852.
The bus link to Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow starts from outside the main entrance of Bodmin Parkway.
They were not allowed to enter a Church through the main entrance.
Chelsea were founded on 10 March 1905 at The Rising Sun pub ( now The Butcher's Hook ), opposite the present-day main entrance to the ground on Fulham Road, and were elected to the Football League shortly afterwards.
The main entrance to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Detail from photograph of main entrance above the facade.
No one controls the main entrance.
The main entrance of the Cotton Bowl
where D is the diameter of the entrance pupil of the imaging lens ( e. g., of a telescope's main mirror ).
Designed as a ship's prow, the tomb is located at the main entrance to the Cemetery of Rimini.
The entrance of the main administrative building of the university.
Using a glass wall for the entrance, similar in appearance to his Louvre pyramid, Pei coated the exterior of the main building in white metal, and placed a large cylinder on a narrow perch to serve as a performance space.
In 1997, a $ 325, 000 bronze sculpture ( equal to $ today ) by artists Ralph Helmick, Stu Schecter, and John Outterbridge depicting oversized nine-foot busts of Robinson and his brother Mack was erected at Garfield Avenue, across from the main entrance of Pasadena City Hall ; a granite footprint lists multiple donors to the commission project, which was organized by the Robinson Memorial Foundation and supported by members of the Robinson family.
At the November 2006 groundbreaking for a new ballpark for the New York Mets, Citi Field, it was announced that the main entrance, modeled on the one in Brooklyn's old Ebbets Field, would be called the Jackie Robinson Rotunda.
Orton's legacy stands to live on in his hometown, Leicester ; the development of the " cultural quarter " of the city, a former industrial area, continues apace and the new Theatre, Curve, the central development in the area, has a new pedestrian concourse outside the theatre's main entrance named " Orton Square.
Architect I. M. Pei was awarded the project and proposed a glass pyramid to stand over a new entrance in the main court, the Cour Napoléon.
Dozens of policemen blocked the main entrance to the parliament building in Kuala Lumpur to foil an opposition-led rally demanding free and fair elections.
The rugby ground has two main entrances, the south entrance, and the Gwyn Nicholls Memorial Gates ( north entrance ), which was unveiled on 26 December 1949 in honour of the Welsh international rugby player Gwyn Nicholls.

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