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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.
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Winter Garden

a famous old theater in New York City. [Am. Hist.: Payton, 738]
See: Theater
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Unfortunately, when her stepmother and stepsisters realize Kat has been invited to the prestigious Wintergarden Christmas Gala, they'll stop at nothing to procure their own invitation and keep Kat from attending.
Highlights from the awards ceremony at The East Wintergarden will be broadcast on BBC Two at 6pm on October 29 , as "Britain's Classroom Heroes".
The plaza also includes the 13,000-square-feet wintergarden, which is utilized year-round for private events and annual holiday exhibits, including the Spirits of Giving around the World and the Gingerbread House Displays.
"One of these days, we're going to need that water," said Hugh Fitzsimons, a bison rancher and member of the Wintergarden Groundwater Conservation District in South Texas.
The Bloodhound Supersonic Car made its world debut at East Wintergarden, Canary Wharf, London on September 25-26.
10 a.m., Wintergarden Auction Services, Quaboag Country Club, Palmer Road, Monson
The building, which is steps from the Esplanade and a short walk from the World Financial Center Wintergarden, offers a 24-hour conceirge, lounge, roof deck, and gym, among other amenities.
In her Wintergarden work she interprets snow and snow surfaces that reflect different colours like a prism.
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.
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.