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Veranda

Similar to a balcony but located on the ground level; it can extend around one, two, or all sides of a building.

veranda, verandah

An open porch or balcony, usually covered, that extends along the outside of a house or other building; sometimes called a piazza; also see galerie and galería.
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SWABI -- Two women of an Afghan family died at refugee camp Gandaf, Tehsil Topi, when their mud-house built veranda caved in on Sunday, said Afghans and Topi city police.
New F&B concept, The Veranda, has opened at the Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights, offering a neighbourhood sports pub and bistro vibe to the area.
A man is in critical condition in Larnaca hospital after he was found drunk and unconscious on a veranda early on Thursday.
They said the map of the plaza showed verandas, but actually the plaza was being constructed without any veranda.
TASTE OF ITALY: Homemade ravioli with burrata cheese and orange, lobster ragout and lobster mayo at La Veranda.
Jamaican hotel magnate Gordon "Butch" Stewart has become the largest single owner of beachfront property in Providenciales in the Turks & Caicos Islands (TCI) with his recent purchase of The Veranda Resort & Residences, a five-star inclusive property on Grace Bay beach, reports the TCI Sun (Dec.
It was a large red brick three-storied Victorian building with a first floor veranda along one side over the entrance.
Hearst Design Group publications ELLE DECOR, House Beautiful, and VERANDA have partnered with top interior designers to create three apartments in the luxury building, each residence reflecting the magazines' style and point of view.
The six bedroom, eight bathroom mansion had graced Veranda Magazine's October cover and was listed recently at 10.
Seabourn Launches Europe Sale With Savings, Upgrades Seabourn has launched a 2012 Europe Suite Sale, offering savings up to 50 percent and complimentary veranda upgrades on voyages in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe.
The entrance is pretty impressive, with double gates leading to the house and steps taking you up to the front entrance and veranda.
Clockwise, from top left: Martha Stewart Living editorial director Kevin Sharkey's home, House Beautiful editor-in-chief Newell Turner's Catskills getaway, Veranda editor-in-chief Dara Caponigro's apartment and Dwell honcho Sam Grawe's San Francisco pad