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About an hour later, inside an auditorium underneath the Capitol, Republicans lined up behind microphones to air their views on Cheney — kicking off a meeting that would drag on for hours.
Dean watched workers load the cargo from the Soviet boat onto a train, and asked his colleague if they could somehow grab it during its journey to the auditorium.
The next day, anti-government activist Ammon Bundy and two others were arrested when they refused to leave an auditorium in the Statehouse and another man was arrested when he refused to leave a press area.
The crowd numbered about 200, filling only a quarter of the auditorium.
I’m not sure which book he was reading from when I first met Barry in 1978, as we walked together out of the auditorium at the University of Missouri, where I was in grad school.
That decision hinges on strict union rules and when audiences feel comfortable spending hours seated in auditoriums.
THE YEAR THEATERS WENT DARKPATRICK FOLLIARDDECEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
By the end of the night, mostly anti-maskers remained in the auditorium.
So, today, the former Las Vegas city council chamber is now an auditorium for Zappos company meetings.
People without symptoms, or with mild ones, are directed for tests to an auditorium down the street, where they are seated before tables with laminated instructions, tissues, a swab and a vial.
You can go to the auditorium to watch a presentation or get virtual exercise playing soccer over lunch.
WHY ZOOM ISN’T THE FUTURE OF WORKTRACY MORANOCTOBER 26, 2020OZY

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