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When the building is finished, a glass atrium on Figueroa will provide elevator access to retail space as well as the hotel’s ballroom and meeting rooms.
Sandoval spent his Saturday morning tucked away in a convention center ballroom where Price and Verma tried to convince him that everything would be okay for Nevada under the Senate health-care bill.
Below is a transcript of his appearance in the main ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham - Wynfrey Hotel.
The metallic hair trend has popped up on red carpets before; earlier this spring, Brie Larson showed up at the Met Gala with gold foils attached to her updo, sparking images of Belle during the climactic ballroom scene of Beauty and the Beast.
The ballroom community is now present in many major cities across the country and even internationally.
This ballroom-themed evening — each program features a different genre of dance, including swing, disco and salsa — will feature music by the Brooklyn band Margi & the Dapper Dots.
The Bachelorette is supposed to be a romantic dream, complete with helicopter rides, exotic destinations, and ballroom attire.
There are guest rooms, as well as weddings in the two ballrooms.
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BALLROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ballroom for English Language Learners
: a large room used for dances
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