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field house

A large, long-span structure used for athletic activities such as basketball or track events.
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10 a.m.-2 p.m.: Touch a Truck and Safety Day, Mooseheart Fieldhouse parking lot; adult must accompany children under 12
This was confirmed by (https://twitter.com/TheFieldhouse/status/1156384402081034241) Bankers Life Fieldhouse on its social media.
But this time Mr Fieldhouse, who was working from his home opposite, saw him enter the shop.
The junctions being tackled include: Southgate/ Northumberland Street, Lower Fitzwilliam Street by the Great Northern Retail Park, Thistle Street/Hillhouse Lane by the Yorkshire Rose pub and the BMW dealership, St Andrew's Road by Carpets Direct, Bradley Mills Road - the turning to the John Smith's Stadium and Leeds Road Retail Park, Red Doles Lane - the next junction along Leeds Road, Old Fieldhouse Lane by Enterprise rent-a-car.
CNO Financial has held the naming rights for Bankers Life Fieldhouse -- home to the Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever and more than 600 events annually -- since signing a 20-year sponsorship agreement in 1999.
Birmingham Crown Court heard that Fieldhouse entered the store, run by Jaswinder Singh, on December 24.
The NBA All-Star Game will be played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse for the first time.
Professor Ed Fieldhouse and Chris Prosser, members of the BES team from the University of Manchester, wrote: "Despite an ambiguous position on the single market, Labour was seen as the best bet for those wanting to keep closer ties with our European neighbours."
Mike Fieldhouse, group secretary, said: "I have never experienced anything like that.
David Fieldhouse, who runs Hair by David said he saw the aftermath of the crash.