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a building having a circular plan and a dome

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a large circular room

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In preparing his report Mr Carter reviewed every postmortem in the Rotunda from 2000 to the end of 2007.
As Birmingham's favourite modern building of the post-war era (and one of the last still standing) the Rotunda deserved a decent birthday party.
Before the late-night shenanigans, Moore had never conferred with other justices about the monument and did not seek their counsel or consent before deciding to bring it to the rotunda.
Featuring a dramatic granite facade with reflective glass, Reckson Office Park at Giralda Farms includes such amenities as a two-story rotunda lobby with concierge desk, 200-seat teleconferencing auditorium, dining facilities, a state-of-the-art fitness center with lockers and showers and basketball and racquetball courts, which will create an ideal workplace environment for tenants.
Janet Yukich of JV Interiors has decorated a completely rebuilt home in La Canada Flintridge that echoes classic Mediterranean design in its clean architectural lines, soaring ceilings and open floor plan, including a 32-foot-high rotunda entry with a gallery of windows overlooking a classic rectangular pool and pergola.
Avery Associates' new glass rotunda at the south end of the Bridge reflects the essential gentleness of London without being either in the least reticent or mincing like the work of the Prince Charlesists.
O'Brien Gallery in the National Archives building on Constitution Avenue, is open through October 10, 2005, and that the Magna Carta Exhibition is now open in the West Rotunda Gallery.
Tenders are invited for Memorial Union Rotunda Accessibility Design
ECHO Business reported in February that Liverpool city centre-based Catherine Higgins Law had struck a deal with charity and community organisation, Rotunda, to offer free 20-minute legal consultations.
It was hoped the mid-19th Century rotunda of Yates's Wine Lodge could be saved after the main building was destroyed by fire in February, but engineers now say it is unsafe and must be pulled down.
I AM very surprised that a group called The Rotundas has not been mentioned - after all, there has been a lot of publicity lately about the Rotunda
However, we critics were roundly put in our place when English Heritage surprisingly granted Rotunda Grade II listing.
THERE are more than 100 small silver shields on the honours-board of the Liverpool Rotunda Amateur Boxing Club and they speak with an eloquence orators would envy.
The Rotunda was recently described as 'like something from the Third World', which is an insult to developing nations.
The Capitol basement, nestled directly below the wedding-cake rotunda, is a cool domain of documents, docents and doughnuts.