Council-hall in a sentence

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Now would Beltane have answered but found no word, and therefore fell to black and bitter anger, and, turning on his heel, incontinent strode away into the council-hall where a banquet had been spread.
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Just opposite the council-hall was a house of dark-gray stone, with a bow-window and a richly-fretted gable.
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One of them mounted the steps of the council-hall, and described the entrance of the French into his native town.
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Her portrait was to grace the council-hall of Esslingen, and such honors as it lay in the power of its magistrates to confer, were to be hers forever.
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The strain was taken up by the musicians who stood at the open windows of the council-hall, and now the burghers, the magistrates, and the clergy, joined in the holy song.
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To you three is granted the secret entrance to our council-hall.
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When first I saw our banner wave Above the nation's council-hall, I heard beneath its marble wall The clanking fetters of the slave!
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For he was never seen to walk in any street but that which led to the market-place and the council-hall, and he avoided invitations of friends to supper, and all friendly visits and intercourse whatever; in all the time he had to do with the public, which was not a little, he was never known to have gone to any of his friends to a supper, except that once when his near kinsman Euryptolemus married, he remained present till the ceremony of the drink-offering, and then immediately rose from the table and went his way.
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A hand was stretched to the goose-quill, a fist was cramped to scrawl, When-the laugh of a blue-eyed maiden ran clear through the council-hall.
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A hand was stretched to the goose-quill, a fist was cramped to scrawl, When - the laugh of a blue-eyed maiden ran clear through the council-hall.
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The heat in the Episcopal council-hall had been oppressive, and not less so the heat of temper among the priests assembled there; for they had fully determined, for once, not to obey their prelate with blind submission, and they knew full well that Theophilus, on occasion, if his will were opposed, could not merely thunder but wield the bolt.
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The Jerusalem Chamber, therein, was made the high council-hall of the friends of York.
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Examples of Council-hall

Example #1
Frowning, he ate and drank in haste, scarce heeding the words addressed to him, wherefore others grew silent also; and thereafter, his hunger assuaged, strode he out into the square and summoned his company.
Example #2
Lovest thou Pentavalon indeed, messire?
Example #3
At the window stood two persons; one a woman whose head was enveloped in a black veil which set off the extreme paleness of her face, and fell in long folds around her person.
Example #4
They stood, their anxious looks fixed upon the winding path which led to the castle, while all around at the open windows pale-faced women hoped and feared by turns, as they saw light or shadow upon the faces of the multitude below.
Example #5
The people were driven with bayonets from their beds into the snow, children were tossed into the flames; old men were butchered like cattle; maidens were torn from the arms of their parents, and given over to the soldiery; and the narrator, who had escaped, had been for days without food- for weeks without covering or shelter!
Example #6
Presently there was a sound of voices, and the fugitives from Wurtemberg and the Palatinate were heard relating their frightful experience of the warfare of a monarch who styled himself "Most Christian King.