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1 The auditorium seats over a thousand people.
2 The auditorium has comfortable seating and modern acoustics.
3 The auditorium is a building of great magnitude.
4 The students are congregated in the auditorium.
5 We were crushed out of the auditorium.
6 The darkened auditorium was filled with muttering.
7 The teacher gathered all the pupils in the auditorium.
8 No smoking in the auditorium.
9 The auditorium pulsed with excitement.
10 We assembled in the auditorium.
11 The auditorium can seat an audience of 5 000.
12 Who will undertake the job of decorating the auditorium?
13 Chastened, I file right behind Ed into the auditorium.
14 The auditorium itself was rather similar, brown-walled and patchy.
15 We gathered in an auditorium and watched a videotape.
16 In an auditorium everyone has their personal volume control.
17 The conference was held in a fully equipped auditorium.
18 The auditorium seats 500 people.
19 The auditorium was comfortably full, and predominantly female.
20 The auditorium was recently renovated for more than $ 2 million and still needs improvements.
21 Far in back of the huge auditorium(sentencedict.com), a camera scans the frantic attendees.
22 I arrive late at an auditorium filled with row upon row of molded-plastic lecture-chairs.
23 The main auditorium Although you can shrink a hall by various techniques, it is not ideal.
24 We'll have the meeting in the classroom rather than in the auditorium.
25 Chattering noisily, the crowd began to filter into the auditorium.
26 Men in green army uniforms are sprinkled throughout the huge auditorium.
27 For some ticket prices there will be a choice of two areas in the auditorium - please state your preference when booking.
28 Rough terraces of seats were fashioned to serve as an auditorium.
29 On Sundays there was a morning service in the village church and an evening hymn-sing in the auditorium.
30 The cinema was built on a hill,(www.Sentencedict.com) giving a natural rake to the auditorium seating.
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