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Winter garden

A large greenhouse, such as a courtyard with a glazed roof, for the permanent display of plants; often includes paved paths, fountains and sculptures.

Winter Garden

a famous old theater in New York City. [Am. Hist.: Payton, 738]
See: Theater
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Wiesbaden blossomed in the late 19th century: the Spielbank, one of Europe''s oldest casinos, was added between 1904 and 1907 by Kaiser Wilhelm II, while the Wintergarden nearby has a wall of art nouveau frescos on one side and a long glass wall, with perfect views of parkland, on the other.
VISITJ Goering, standing, inspects stolen art in Paris RECOVERED Wintergarden by Edouard Manet found in Merkers, Germany LOOT J Engraving found in salt mine VISIT J US General Eisenhower in German mine TREASURE 3 Art in church in Ellingen, Germany
The largest suites - the Penthouse, Owner, Signature and Wintergarden - all have butler's pantries, whirlpool baths and an adjoining second bedroom.
The expansion includes the addition of a two-story, Koa wood accent wall to the hotelOs Wintergarden lobby space, as well as a curved, Ambar stone grand staircase.
She also, apparently, continued to take movie-going seriously; according to her daughter, Pat Hurd, even in her final years, when Devanny lived in Townsville, from 1951 to 1962, she 'went to sec a film twice a week without fail, alternating between the Roxy and the Wintergarden.
Willstrop is seeded two and Frenchman Gregory Gaultier at No 1 for the Canary Wharf event which starts with qualifying tomorrow and continues with the main event at the East Wintergarden venue on Monday.
ISS Canary Wharf Squash Classic, East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf, London: Final: (4) James Willstrop (Eng) bt (5) John White (SCO) 3-11 11-510-11 (1-3) 11-1 11 -2.
That said, the technique was in ample evidence throughout the Tate galleries, whether in Jonathan Monk's use of found, anonymous drawings from the '20s and '30s; Daria Martin's film Wintergarden, 2005, based on the ancient myth of Persephone and set in a modernist pavilion; Pablo Bronstein's performance inspired by Minimalist dance, executed with postmodernist staging; or Cosey Fanni Tutti's work from the '70s ("New British Art," indeed), in which she takes up photos of herself modeling in porn magazines.
Nice and chic atmosphere, style Louis XVI, with wintergarden.
Jolie', as my Grandfather referred him, had a voice so rich and resonant that when he sang at the Wintergarden you could feel the vibrations through the wall at the back of the theatre.
Teacher Writing Team Members are as follows: The K-4 team: Pam Davis, Flathead, Montana; Anna Flynn, Helena, Montana; Elissa Gerzog, Miami, Florida; Kelly Pounds, Wintergarden, Florida; and Randy Sachter; Nederland, Colorado.
The street opens onto a dynamic, light-filled Wintergarden that provides sunshine and warmth during all of the Midwest's seasons.