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  1. Halls

    Halls is a town in Lauderdale County, Tennessee. The population was 2,311 at the 2000 census. The town was founded in 1882. It is named after Hansford R. Hall, one of the founders. Among the early business ventures were sawmills and cotton-gins founded in the 1880s. Halls is home to the Veterans' Museum on the grounds of the Dyersburg Army Air Base, which documents the history of the World War II Army Air Corps. It was the main base for the B-17 Flying Fortress Bombers in the mid-1940s.

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  1. halls

    Plural noun of the word hall.

    The lobby of the hotel had two wide halls off it that led to dining and conference facilities with beautiful indoor architecture.

    Submitted by MaryC on July 2, 2016  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of halls in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of halls in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Gabriel Sterling:

    The reality of what you're seeing in Georgia today is a function of the Covid situation in large part. We did lose many polling places because it's summer time so schools are closed, churches opted out, VFW halls opted out, in Fulton County specifically, they lost 40 locations and collapsed many of those locations into mega precincts which saw a lot of those amazingly long lines.

  2. Secretary Wilkie:

    Once again the halls of Congress reverberate with odes to rugged individualism, state sovereignty, and contempt for the centralized super-state, these are bloodless battles Jefferson Davis could never fight but, they are no less vital for the future of American civilization. As our cities decay and our standards and spiritual traditions deteriorate, America is searching for a better way. Walker Percy urged us to look South to recover community, stability, and sense of place in God's order which we have regrettably lost. That is a tall proposition but it is certainly one Jefferson Davis would understand and certainly one for which Jefferson Davis would fight.

  3. Bill Greiner:

    John McCain was left for dead in 2007 and 2008, and look what happened, gov. Christie is very similar to McCain. He has a willingness to tell you things whether you like it or not. He will do the things you need to do to win here, in small groups, in town halls, on the grass-roots level.

  4. Rashida Tlaib:

    I honor the fact that we are there... all of us have these experiences that I think have been missing in the halls of Congress. Honor that, respect that, put us at the table. Let's come up with a solution together, still, I will not support anything that is broken and that dehumanizes people.

  5. Michael Bennet:

    The number one issue I hear about in living rooms and town halls is health care, rural communities face greater challenges as it is, where clinics are closing, the number of providers is decreasing, and there are higher rates of chronic disease.

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