living hall

living hall, living stair hall

A large room at the entry to a house, especially in an elegant home; frequently contains an imposing staircase, fireplace, and seating area; often, simply called the hall; Also see entrance hall.
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Thirty-four of the 37 living Hall of Famers, as well as eight widows and several other descendants of deceased Hall of Famers.
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