hall of residence


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hall of residence

n
(Education) a residential block in or attached to a university, college, etc

hall of residence

dormitory
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Noun1.hall of residence - a university dormitory
dorm, dormitory, residence hall, student residence, hall - a college or university building containing living quarters for students
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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Students have been forced out of their hall of residence after being besieged by an armed mob.
"It's probably in some hall of residence but could I have it back?"
``Anyone who is caught is removed from campus if they are living in a hall of residence.
ST ANDREWS University have been given a pounds 26,000 bill for getting rid of bed bugs from a student hall of residence, it was revealed yesterday.
I WAS greatly saddened to read your report of the 19-year-old student nurse, Louise Crane, who hanged herself in the hospital's hall of residence just 3 days into her three-year degree course (The Mirror, October 7).
Sibly Hall, a tower block hall of residence which houses more than 200 Reading University students, was sealed off yesterday as investigations into the tragedy continued.
The Alexandra Hall, at the northern end of the resort's promenade, opened by Alexandra Princess of Wales, in 1896, was the first purposebuilt women's hall of residence in Wales.
It has the newly developed student hall of residence, Opal Court, either side of it.
Hamilton Hall, a St Andrews University student hall of residence, is being bought by an US firm to develop into luxury apartments.