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Synonyms for discotheque

a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music

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He urged all hotels to adhere to the rules and close entertainment venues by 2am, not convert coffee shops into discotheques and stop the practise of allowing customers to reward dancers with flower garlands and even throw money at them.
Several long time tenants in buildings that are close to hotels that house some of the city's popular nightclubs and discotheques have told XPRESS how the 'cacophony' is affecting their good nights' sleep.
Described as the biggest open-air disco in the world, Croatia's Discotheque Riva turns the stunning waterfront in downtown Split into a huge, exclusive dance floor.
La discotheque remplie d'etudiants, etait surpeuplee au moment de l'accident selon les autorites bresiliennes.
The five-acre Summer Plaza Resort is located in Maharashtra and offers a temperature controlled swimming pool, movie theater, high-tech gym, discotheque, Jacuzzi and spa.
Kenya: Kenyan police early Monday linked an attack on a Nairobi discotheque which injured 14 people with recent threats made by Somali Islamist Shebab insurgents, calling for vigilance.
NEW YORK, May 31, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- AJC recalls that tomorrow marks ten years since 21 young Israelis were killed and another 132 were wounded in a terrorist attack on a seaside discotheque, the Dolphinarium, in Tel Aviv.
He is responsible for Indiracer, the first foal produced by dual all-weather winner Discotheque, and Yashila, a 110,000gns sister to the sire's best runner by Racing Post Ratings, Group 3 Somerville Tattersall Stakes winner Ashram.
Eight people were killed last Friday when gunmen fired indiscriminately at patrons in a discotheque in the suburbs of Medellin, the provincial capital.
Depuis les annees soixante, la musique dans les bibliotheques publiques francaises est identifiee a la << discotheque de pret >>, selon un concept developpe sous l'impulsion de l'association Discotheque de France, dont l'action a ete a l'origine de la creation du premier service de prets de disques a Paris en 1958.
The 225-room resort, owned by SuperClubs and known for its nude beach, wet T-shirt contests and lively discotheque, will close from August to October and reopen as the Superfun resort.
New Delhi: An army officer and his wife were outraged when a discotheque in Ghaziabad, on the outskirts of New Delhi, refused them admission because the woman was wearing a sari.
On that date in Cairo, 52 gay men were arrested on the Queen Boat, a popular floating discotheque, and imprisoned for "debauchery"-there being no official law against homosexuality per se in Egypt.
Periodically, two or more of the dancers appear to sync up, their discotheque vernacular giving way to the somewhat more formalized, yet still loose, aleatory choreography of modern dance.
The precociously talented 69-year-old says that he will soon be getting down and with it with the young SDLP hepcats and is looking forward to his first public event - a performance by a modern beat combo followed by a hop at a Downpatrick discotheque.