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Spell check of hall

Correct spelling: hall

dormitory, entryway, field, foyer, abode, arch, turf, g. stanley hall, student residence, villa, clubhouse, courtyard, Colosseum, entry, cloakroom, dominion, gatepost, bathroom, hallway, cathedral, precinct, exchange, campus, Granville Stanley Hall, circuit, locale, waiting room, mart, salon, antechamber, mansion house, coatroom, ground, assembly, Radclyffe Hall, aquarium, hippodrome, body, Asaph Hall, hacienda, passageway, lyceum, battle-ground, charles francis hall, civic center, ring, balcony, entrance, lobby, tower, room, dorm, marguerite radclyffe hall, charles martin hall, chamber, rotunda, gatehouse, stage, dorm room, lounge, the, drawing room, star sign, addition, dormitory room, garden, third house, concourse, castle, enclosure, area, manse, club, archway, bowling alley, access, ch√Ęteau, alcove, beat, pressure group, town hall, province, building, beading, auditorium, realm, battlefield, bailiwick, cornerstone, ballroom, arcade, mansion, entrance hall, corridor, pen, brickwork, armory, region, circus, church, apartment, passage, colonnade, manor, checkroom, setting, palace, planetary house, arena, bay, theater, catacombs, residence, entranceway, residency, art house, gate, bullring, anteroom, Court, estate, amphitheater, pass, cinema, vestibule, manor hall, sign of the zodiac, circle, house, gymnasium, ceiling, abidance, casino, residence hall, coat check, sign, manor house, gallery, great, breezeway, gateway, domain.

Examples of usage:

1) And Melvale held his breath as the beauty of the girl burst upon him, even in the half- light of the hall. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) And have you a key to Goucher Hall? - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

3) They went out into the little hall. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.