Halls may also refer to:
- Halls of residence, a type of student housing or dormitory
- Halls (cough drop), a brand of cough drop
- Halls, Tennessee, a town in West Tennessee
- Not to be confused with Halls Crossroads, Tennessee, a suburb of Knoxville sometimes colloquially referred to as "Halls"
- Halls, an upscale department store owned by Hallmark Cards, with two locations in Kansas City, Missouri
- John Halls (born 1982), a British professional footballer
Other articles related to "halls, hall":
... feature is its four distinctive Spanish colonial-style livestock exhibition halls ... the Lakewood Fairgrounds Antique Mall was held in the exhibition halls every second weekend of the month ... The Fairground halls were leased for the Antiques market on as a 50 year lease from the City of Atlanta by Ed Spivia, who promoted it until it was established as an Atlanta icon ...
... A lecture hall (or lecture theatre) is a large room used for instruction, typically at a college or university ... a capacity from one to four dozen, the capacity of lecture halls is typically measured in the hundreds ... Lecture halls almost always have a pitched floor, so that those in the rear are sat higher than those at the front, allowing them to see the lecturer ...
... buildings included the main colonnaded residence halls built around the courtyards as well as watchtowers ... The halls were built with intersecting crossbeams and rafters that were usually carved with decorations stairways and walls were usually plastered over to produce a smooth surface ...
... Soldiers' Memorial Hall, Hampton, Iowa Octagon Hall Museum, Franklin, Kentucky - built by Andrew Jackson Caldwell (NRHP) ...
Famous quotes containing the word halls:
“Saving lives is not a top priority in the halls of power. Being compassionate and concerned about human life can cause a man to lose his job. It can cause a woman not to get the job to begin with.”
—Myriam Miedzian, U.S. author. Boys Will Be Boys, ch. 2 (1991)
“The harp that once through Taras halls The soul of music shed, Now hangs as mute on Taras walls As if that soul were fled.”
—Thomas Moore (17791852)
“The good grey guardians of art
Patrol the halls on spongy shoes,
Impartially protective, though
Perhaps suspicious of Toulouse.”
—Richard Wilbur (b. 1921)