Hall chamber

Hall chamber

A room directly above the hall on the upper floor or one opening directly off the hall on the ground floor.
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hall chamber

A bedroom directly above a hall, 1.
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LBut Wednesday was different - we saw something so rarely witnessed in the Town Hall chamber. We saw different political parties encouraging each other and putting their differences aside.
* Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce --$10,000 to support the Workforce Development program, which educates students on local opportunities in manufacturing while encouraging them to master technical skills to pursue a career in the field;
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