Main Floor

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Pontoon (card Game) - Basic Strategy For Pontoon
... Australian Pontoon" by Katarina Walker, Burswood Casino in Perth has withdrawn the game from the main floor and Crown Casino, Melbourne, have withdrawn ... rates in the Endeavour VIP Room in Star City, Sydney, and the main floor at the Hobart casino ... Adelaide offers Pontoon in the main hall, but the Adelaide rules give the highest house edge of any Pontoon game in Australia at over 0.5% ...
Cruz 101 - Present
... Cruz has two floors, with the 'main floor' (on which the entrance to the club is located) being the busiest ... where Cruz concentrates its efforts, with PAs taking place on this floor as well as themed events, for example, at Christmas, New Year, Halloween etc ... The main floor also features more disco lights and bars ...
... The terms floor, level, or deck can also be used in this sense except that one may use "ground floor" and "ground level" for the floor closer to what is ... The words "storey" and "floor" also generally exclude levels of the building that have no roof, even if they are used by people—such as the terrace on the top roof of many ... Houses commonly have only a few floors, often only one ...
Kodokan - Main Floor
... The Main Dojo is found on the seventh floor ... The dojo is carefully designed to give the precise amount of floor spring, brightness, and ventilation ... Four official contests can be held at the same time in the Main Dojo on the seventh floor ...
Curran Theatre - Overview
... The ceiling above the main lobby is notable because it was handpainted to look like wood (steel wool was used to fashion a wood grain in the plaster before painting) ... The main lobby has a marble floor but has long since been covered by carpeting ... There are "plugs" built into the lobby floor in which to insert stanchions from which theatre ropes were hung to section off the lobby ...

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