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HALL. A public building used either for the meetings of corporations, courts, or employed to some public uses; as the city hall, the town hall. Formerly this word denoted the chief mansion or habitation.

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Ollie has a little girl called Halle in his class and I really liked it on her, although he's confused that he has a sister and a friend in school called Halle.
Halle - who has a two-yearold son Maceo with Martinez - was speaking at a charity event in aid of domestic violence prevention and intervention organisation The Jenesse Center.
Matt Halle comes to WiserTogether from Welltok where he served as Senior Vice President of Sales.
But like Halle it only seems to have got better with age.
From there the multi-layered movie, which also stars Tom Hanks and Hugh Grant, takes Halle to the 70s, where she is journalist Luisa Rey, then to the present day to play an Indian woman.
In the advertising campaign photographed by Alexei Hay and directed by Francis Lawrence, Halle Berry plays with the same gender roles of her fragrance.
The Sunday Mail can reveal that Halle, 45, who plays a reporter in the film, will shoot scenes in Montrose Street and other areas around Strathclyde university.
She has attempted to resolve these custody issues amicably with her daughter's father, Gabriel Aubry, directly, but given his lack of cooperation, Halle has no choice but to seek swift judicial intervention.
That made it all worthwhile," says Halle, a junior at South Eugene High.
After all, he created both the Halle, Britain's oldest Orchestra and what is now the Royal Northern College of Music, and it is different to think of anything which has had a bigger impact on musical life in this country from one man.
Halle met her daughter's father, 32-year-old model Gabriel Aubry, while filming a advert in Los Angeles two years ago.