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Synonyms for foyer

entrance hall

Synonyms for foyer

a large entrance or reception room or area

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The team at the Foyer have been extremely supportive and encouraging and now I'm a lively outgoing chef with a career in catering to look forward to.
Now in its third year, the Sherman Theatre continues to curate free Foyer Sessions where gig goers can listen to the most interesting local music in a comfortable, contemporary space with a wellstocked bar and good food.
The shots show views of the new roof and how the large foyer looks as engineers and construction workers continue striving to have the project completed ahead of the grand unveiling next September.
Meanwhile the foyer will be extended outwards underneath the canopy with a glass frontage which will house a modern box office, with the current box office, above, becoming a 'multipurpose' space where, among other things, refreshments will be available.
Funding for The Foyer, which has an income of more than PS1million a year, is made up from housing benefit and the Supporting People Grant, via Coventry council.
In it, she says that the assistant director of nursing and the assistant medical director have spoken to the charities and that "permission has been granted" for the charities to continue using their stall in the foyer.
The Homes and Communities Agencies backed the project and Middlesbrough Council is contributing to the cost of delivering services at The Foyer.
The Foyer provides accommodation for up to 72 residents aged between 16 and 25, and Harrow has developed the project renovation with the help of the young people who will live there, to give them a degree of ownership of the scheme and to ensure that the interior design reflected their aspirations and what they wanted to see included.
In the Foyer tomorrow, the remarkable saxophonist Andy Hamilton, fast approaching his 93rd birthday, will host his popular lunchtime session from 12.
For the next 18 months the Foyer and its staff helped her achieve the confidence and skills she needed to set up a more permanent home for herself and her boys.
Fischer, CCIM, SIOR, president of Fischer Real Estate, represented the Foyer family while Les Cranmer of the Philadelphia office of Studley represented the U.
She attended the initial trials at Manchester City's Platt Lane training ground with two other Foyer residents last month and is now in the final selection sessions.
com/), one of the nation's top ten public relations firms, announced today that John Foyer has joined the company as a vice president in the Chicago office.
If the Meier museum, now known as the Stent Family Wing, is an object building embracing its ramped, introverted foyer, the new High works to frame a generous courtyard open to the elements and to public life.
They approached the prayer room and added their shoes to a pile in the foyer, beneath a sign that read, ``Please keep this place clean -- purity is half of the faith.