winning gallery

winning gallery

n.
A winning opening in court tennis below the side penthouse and on the hazard side of the net.

winning gallery

n
(Tennis) real tennis the gallery farthest from the net on either side of the court, into which any shot played wins a point
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The exhibition at the award winning gallery will run from February 12 to April 18.
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On the first and third Friday of each month, NoDa hosts the award winning Gallery Crawl, allowing you to see everything artistic the district has to offer.
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Each Golden Ticket includes travel vouchers for two representatives from each winning gallery, three nights hotel accommodations, breakfast and lunch daily, exclusive educational tours from participating publishers, a sendoff dinner party, and a special editorial feature in Art Business News profiling each gallery along with a follow-up feature after the trip is complete.