Gallery

Long passage or room.
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gallery

[n] - spectators at a golf or tennis match 2. [n] - a room or series of rooms where works of art are exhibited 3. [n] - a long usually narrow room used for some specific purpose 4. [n] - a covered corridor (especially one extending along the wall of a building and supported with arches or columns) 5. [n] - narrow recessed bal
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Gallery

long, narrow passage or room, often overlooking a great hall or garden
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gallery

in a church, an upper balcony with seating that overlooks the nave
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Gallery

See also MUSEUM (369) A room or building devoted to the exhibition of works of art
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Gallery

A storey above the aisle, opening on to the nave, also called a tribune; it is as wide as the aisle below it, and usually has its own windows.
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Gallery

Balcony overlooking the main interior space of a building. Usually at the west end of a church, but some occur in the side-aisles. Generally put up in the 16th to 18th centuries, and removed in the late 19th.
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gallery

A raised border or miniature railing of wood or metal used as an ornamental surround to the top of a table, tray, shelf or cabinet.
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Gallery

Gal'ler·y noun ; plural Galleries . [ French galerie , Italian galleria , from Late Latin galeria gallery, perhaps orig., a festal hall, banquetting hall; confer Old French galerie a rejoicing, from galer to rejoice. Confer Gallant ,
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gallery

Pl Galleries . [F. Galerie, It. Galleria, fr. LL. Galeria gallery, perh. Orig, a festal hall, banquetting hall; cf. OF. Galerie a rejoicing, fr. Galer to rejoice. Cf. Gallant. ... 1. A long and narrow corridor, or place for walking; a connecting passageway, as between one room and another; also, a long hole or passage excavated by a boring or burro
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gallery

noun spectators at a golf or tennis match
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gallery

picture gallery noun a room or series of rooms where works of art are exhibited
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Gallery

• (a.) A long and narrow corridor, or place for walking; a connecting passageway, as between one room and another; also, a long hole or passage excavated by a boring or burrowing animal. • (a.) Any communication which is covered overhead as well as at the sides. When prepared for defense, it is a defensive gallery. • (a.) A working d
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gallery

in architecture, any covered passage that is open at one side, such as a portico or a colonnade. More specifically, in late medieval and Renaissance ...
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Gallery

[song] In France, Gallery reached the top 15. A remix was released featuring Baby Bash and another version with Obie Trice. == Charts == ...
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Gallery

[magazine] Gallery is a men`s magazine begun by Montcalm Publishing in 1972. It is one of the more popular "skin" magazines that arose on the Playboy magazine pattern in the 1970s. Montcalm also published The Twilight Zone Magazine in the 1980s, apparently partly in imitation of Penthouse magazine`s offshoot Omni. Gallery has long featured
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Gallery

[band] Gallery was an American soft rock band of the 1970s. It was formed in Detroit, Michigan by Jim Gold. While Gallery did record a number of songs, they are most famous for their 1972 hit single, "Nice to Be with You", written by Gold. The song was arranged and produced by Dennis Coffey and Mike Theodore and released by Sussex Records,
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Gallery

[APA/`zine] Gallery was an APA/`zine for cartoonists and illustrators, a significant proportion of which had contents that were anthropomorphic or funny animal in nature, which ran quarterly from the fall of 1989 to the winter of 2004 (issues #0 through #50). It was described by its creator Richard Chandler as “a cross between an APA and
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Gallery

In architecture, gallery is a long, narrow room, the length of which is at least three times its width, often built to receive a collection of pictures, for use as a passage, or serving as a place of resort for dancing or other amusements. A gallery of this kind was always to be found in large houses built during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, and v
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Gallery

A horizontal or a nearly horizontal underground passage, either natural or artificial.
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Gallery

A long room or corridor, usually on the upper floor and extending the full length of a building. In church architecture, an open upper storey over an aisle.
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gallery

  1. spectators at a golf or tennis match
  2. a porch along the outside of a building (sometimes partly enclosed)
  3. a room or series of rooms where works of art are exhibited
  4. a long usually narrow room used for some specific purpose
  5. a covered corridor (especially one extending along the wall of a building and supported with arches or colum
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    Gallery

    Similar to Carousel Brainstorming.
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    gallery

    place where art is displayed for the public
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    gallery

    A raised border or miniature railing of wood or metal used as an ornamental surround to the top of a table, tray, shelf or cabinet.
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