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Ballroom

A large room in a dwelling, hotel, or public building such as a town hall designed for dancing, concerts, and similar entertainment.

ballroom

A large social hall expressly designed for dancing, but frequently used for dining or large meetings.
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Winton says the two smaller ballrooms are perfect for intimate weddings, with the Diplomatic Hall equipped with a dressing room for the bride and her entourage.
Ballroom fans will be taught a variety of moves by trained instructors over a course of two or three days, ranging from favourites Modern Jive, Argentinean Tango, Salsa, West Coast Swing and Cha Cha Cha.
company that offers vegan ballroom and Latin dance shoes.
Its event planners and event coordinators handled the increased number of events in its Fuzion Ballroom or Grand Ballroom through creative planning and innovative implementation.
Obviously, ballroom dancing derives from the word "ball", which in turn originates from the Latin word "ballare", which means "to dance".
THAT great Irish institution - the Ballroom Of Romance - lost another of its number when demolition crews moved in yesterday.
Width/Length Ambassador Ballroom 10,731 146' x 72' Ambassador Ballroom-I 1,080 37' x 36' Ambassador Ballroom-I-II 2,628 37' x 72' Ambassador Ballroom-I-III 5,256 73' x 72' Ambassador Ballroom-II 1,060 37' x 36' Ambassador Ballroom-III 2,628 36' x 72' Ambassador Ballroom-III-IV 5,256 72' x 72' Ambassador Ballroom-IV 2,628 36' x 72' Ambassador Ballroom-IV-VII 5,256 73' x 72' Ambassador Ballroom-V 810 37' x 26' Ambassador Ballroom-V-VII 1,971 37' x 72' Ambassador Ballroom-VI 570 31' x 20' Ambassador Ballroom-VII 810 37' x 26' Attache Boardroom 352 22' x 16' Consulate 1,296 54' x 24' Consulate-I 648 27' x 24' Consulate-II 648 27' x 24' Diplomat 646 27' x 24' Envoy 888 37' x 24' Hammons Boardroom 352 22' x 16'
Furthermore, the existing Javits-owned eight-story, 500,000-s/f building at 460 Twelfth Avenue (39 to 40 Streets) could be utilized and renovated into hotel, conference rooms, ballrooms, offices, and other ancillary needs of Javits.
And it's about time, say those who remember spending a rare Saturday night and a hard-earned dollar to "Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye' in one of the big-city ballrooms.
Later, those couples would jive or rock and roll to the likes of The Beatles and the Stones; later still, some ballrooms became discos and throbbed to the beat of Frankie or Wham