first balcony


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Noun1.first balcony - first or lowest balconyfirst balcony - first or lowest balcony    
balcony - an upper floor projecting from the rear over the main floor in an auditorium
loge - balcony consisting of the forward section of a theater mezzanine
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This contract includes two separate tranches, one firm and one conditional: - firm phase: movable seats of different types to fit the boxes on the ground floor and 2nd floor; - Conditional phase: fixed seats to equip the first balcony and galleries 1st and 3rd floors.
Having cut the witches' scene that begins Shakespeare's play as we have it, the production began with his second scene: here the battle report was reassigned to Malcolm, "that bloody man" being so badly wounded that he needed prompting by Ross from a corner of the first balcony.
Thousands will still be jostling around The Mall and Buckingham Palace for a glimpse of the newlyweds today, and millions - even billions - around the world will potentially be tuning in to join in the festivities, and, most importantly, thrill to the excitement of that first balcony kiss.
Swift popped up in the upper first balcony at the 50 yard line (in a skimpy, shiny blue dress) and sang the not-so-secret secret crush serenade "Hey Stephen," which ended in a massive hugfest (and a security guard's nightmare) as she walked down the aisle.
I need to be there, in Seat B203 in the first balcony, watching and listening.
I climbed to the first balcony, then the second and third.
However, what was even more exciting were a couple of occasions when I sat in the front row of the first balcony, and found myself alongside the well-known photographer Fred Fehl.

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