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  • n  the area of a theater or concert hall where the audience sits

  • Inside the auditorium are two levels, a lower for a small theater, an upper for a large, 1,200-seat hall in which students will sit under a sky of white, sound-reflecting "clouds .
  • The gas, as yet unidentified, was pumped through the building's ventilation system and through holes bored in the auditorium floor by soldiers who had been tunneling beneath it .
  • Once inside the auditorium, where each family was directed to preassigned seats, more than an hour passed before show time while "technical difficulties" backstage were corrected.
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  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Guardian Unlimited
    If there's anyone left in the auditorium who wants to learn how to iron a shirt, I'll talk about that,Clinton said with a smile.
  • Sam Cassell in
    It's the same game, it's just a bigger stage,Cassell said. "You're not at your high school auditorium any more. This is Carnegie Hall."
  • Aretha Franklin in TMCnet
    I take a lot of pictures and I started going downtown in Los Angeles at this place called the Olympic Auditorium. I think it was built during World War II. I kind of believe that I was turned on to the poetry of boxing by Jackie. I find boxing and... Meg Ryan Pittsburgh Feb 17, 2004 6640 9700 auditory If you essentially put yourself in an auditory cave, you're going to miss opportunities to learn by observing what others are doing, by overhearing," said Franklin Becker, a social and environmental psychologist who directs Cornell University's...

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