Sheen shouted to one of his goddesses calling to him from the balcony.
That's why, during his address from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy, he didn't mention you or your accusations once.
Orchestra seats cost $100; mezzanine is $75; and balcony, $50.
Why does Don sit out in the cold at the end of the episode—alone on his balcony in his bathrobe?
In the other, a gorgeous medical technician is found hanging from a balcony, totally nude, her hands and feet bound.
When the end came it was like falling out of a balcony into the street.
To his surprise it was full—orchestra, balcony, and gallery.
Quick as thought I found my feet again, and before anyone could prevent me, leaped out on to the balcony.
And once more Betty took a swift departure by way of the balcony door.
Sunlight, lovely full sunlight, lingered warm and still on the balcony.
1610s, from Italian balcone, from balco "scaffold," from a Germanic source (perhaps Langobardic *balko- "beam," cf. Old English balca "beam, ridge;" see balk) + Italian augmentative suffix -one. Till c.1825, regularly accented on the second syllable.