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Hallway

A corridor or a passageway in a house, hotel, office, institutional or commercial building.

What does it mean when you dream about a hallway?

Hallways often symbolize the unconscious passageways through which people travel to either life or death. They also represent a new level of consciousness or a new experience, as well as a journey into the unknown. (See also Corridor).

hallway

A corridor; a passageway.
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Baron Design, an interior design firm for lobby, hallway, and common areas in high-end cooperatives, condominiums, and real-estate developments, has found that apartments can increase in value by a least 10 percent if the lobby and hallways are remodeled and up-to-date.
Hallways in the Night thus will attract and satisfy readers looking for more than a light 'whodunit' mystery.
YOU'RE not alone if you walk into your home and your spirits wilt as you're greeted by a jumble of coats, shoes and bags, as the hallway is generally the most neglected area in the home.
UNDER FOOT: Tiling can give an effective feel to an entrance hall YOU'RE not alone if you walk into your home and your spirits wilt as you're greeted by a jumble of coats, shoes and bags, as the hallway is generally the most neglected area in the home.
Even tiny hallways can make a statement with a little creative thinking.
Vincent Hospital has communicated extensively with nurses and opened up additional beds, but it has decided that patients who have been discharged and are waiting to go home could be boarded in hallways when necessary to open up beds, said hospital spokesman Dennis L.
Most people spend all their energy decorating the living room, dining room, and bedrooms, but completely ignore the hallway.
THE entrance hallway is one of the busiest areas of the house and commonly the main thoroughfare, so subject to a fair a mount of wear and tear.
In the movie, as in real life, Sophie and Hans go to the campus with a suitcase full of leaflets and begin leaving small stacks of the tracts throughout the empty hallways of the main classroom building.
Handhelds are used in the classroom as well as hallways, cafeterias, and sports fields using TruSmart's ScheduleFinder software, which compresses all student information including student attendance, grades, class schedules, discipline reports, nicknames, and photographs.