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odeon

(ˈəʊdɪən)
n
(Architecture) another name for odeum
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There was the Odeon quite near them, and Philip soon shared his friend's passion for the tragedians of Louis XIV and the sonorous Alexandrine.
Quaint enough, but certainly no instance of anybody's wit, is the account of how a French translation of a play of Vanbrugh--not architect of Blenheim only, but accomplished in many other ways--appeared at the Odeon, in 1862, with all fitting raptures, as a posthumous work of Voltaire recently discovered.
Though he might very well have aspired to the highest judicial positions, he had never really worked for anything but to win a success at the romantic Porte-Saint-Martin, or at the sombre Odeon.
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The Office of Fair Trading has 'opened an investigation' into what it calls 'the anticipated acquisition' by Odeon of the US-owned AMC Cinema at Broadway Plaza, Five Ways.
Cineplex Odeon is one of North America's largest theatre circuits with approximately 1,614 screens in 366 locations.
Allen Karp, President and CEO of Cineplex Odeon Corporation, said "We are pleased that the dispute is now officially over.
Llandudno Cineworld, Rhyl Apollo, Odeon Wrexham DJANGO UNCHAINED (18) A slave and a bounty hunter join forces to take down a plantation owner and his henchmen.
Cineplex Odeon, (NYSE: CPX), North America's second largest film exhibitor, anticipated the upcoming disability regulations as early as November 1985 and began to install elevators, ramps and lifts in new and renovated buildings.
Some jobs would also be eliminated in theatres with eight screens or more where, under the old contract, the union required Cineplex Odeon to have two projectionists in the booth at all times, and now there would only be one.
Llandudno Cineworld, Rhyl Apollo, Odeon Wrexham GREAT EXPECTATIONS (12A) Pwllheli Neuadd Dwyfor (Fri-Sat, Mon-Thu) ICE AGE 4: CONTINENTAL DRIFT (U) Llandudno Cineworld (Sat) LES MISERABLES (12A) Convict Jean Valjean attempts to stay one step ahead of wily Inspector Javert.
The 74-year-old site which played host to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones in the 1960s was shut last week and replaced by a 14-screen Odeon in Liverpool One.