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  • stock, and poultry. The city has a public library, an opera house, a home for the aged, and parks, and is the seat of Charles City College. Pop. (1910) 5
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  • descends from Father to Son—Inhibited by Mr D'Oyly Carte from conducting Savoy Operas—A Gift from the Emperor of Germany—Active in the Literary World—Effect of
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  • skyscrapers; see the famous palaces on Fifth Avenue; visit a few of the 66 opera-houses and theaters; and lunch or dine at some of the hotels and restaurants
    377 bytes (3,398 words) - 18:47, 12 January 2015
  • Other conspicuous buildings are the city-hall, used as the Territorial capitol, the theatre, Walker's opera house, the Salt Lake pavilion, the museum
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/London (category EB1911:Cities:Europe:Britain)
    grand opera; the building, though spacious, suffers by comparison with the magnificence of opera houses in some other capitals, but during the opera season
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Berlin (category EB1911:Cities:Europe:Germany)
    Roman Catholic St Hedwigs—kirche behind the Opera-house. The Garrison church in the centre of the city, which was erected in 1722 and contained numerous
    287 bytes (9,425 words) - 18:07, 14 January 2015
  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Binghamton (category EB1911:Cities:North America:USA)
    are the city hall, the court-house, the post-office, the Binghamton city hospital, Stone opera-house, the Carnegie library (1904), the central high school
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  • of printing. The exchange, opera-house, museums, art-galleries, public library, two conservatories of music and the central station, one of the largest
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  • far the earliest of American cities to have an annual opera season. The 18th-century fortifications about the old city were destroyed about 1804. The
    342 bytes (9,894 words) - 20:01, 25 September 2015
  • completed the experimental period with the modernization of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where, by the opening of the season of 1902, the directorate
    267 bytes (15,203 words) - 21:06, 7 November 2015
  • Manhattan Opera House (built in 1903 by Oscar Hammerstein as the Drury Lane) was opened as an opera-house in December 1906. In 1910 grand opera ceased to
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  • monthly periodicals, and 12 churches.—Houston was settled in 1836, and in 1837 was temporarily the seat of government. Market and Opera House, Houston.
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  • are five mineral springs in the city (over one of which has been erected a large water-cure establishment), an opera house, concert halls, and a ladies'
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  • Provinces will no longer consent to be the prey of the central chiefs, who make a Paris of the city of Mexico, and control the nation when they hold the
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  • three theatres, an opera-house, a museum, and many fine public buildings. The most imposing building in the city is the new city hall, one of the finest
    509 bytes (1,692 words) - 13:36, 14 October 2015
  • Embroiderers—Indian Statuary Makers of Tonila—Cotton Factories—The Theatre and Opera House—Sunday Bull-Fight—The Programme—The Amphitheatre—A Quiet Bull and his
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  • MONROE, Mich., city, county-seat of Monroe County on the Raisin River, and on the Michigan Southern, the Père Marquette, the Michigan Central and the Lake
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  • and the United States courts, the city hall, the Dane county court-house, the public library, the Fuller opera-house, the county gaol, and the high school
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Paris (category EB1911:Cities:Europe:France)
    Place de l'Opéra nearly to the Place de l'Étoile; the Avenue de l'Opéra, which unites the Place du Palais Royal, approximately the central point of Paris
    182 KB (28,986 words) - 17:54, 25 December 2012
  • are the opera house, the office of the Board of Trade, the Roman Catholic cathedral, which is the most imposing of the many churches in the city, the custom
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