At the second blast of trumpets, the two companies set themselves in motion and entered the dining-hall at opposite ends.
At tea-time the same heaviness of spirits hung over the dining-hall.
He had run half down the dining-hall toward the slender young girl who was bringing us our supper.
As they quitted the dining-hall, Elizabeth looked about for Mary, but could not find her.
He was a student and was working his way through college by waiting in a dining-hall.
The first Letter was read in the dining-hall of the Sorbonne itself.
She heard the bell ring, and watched the passengers hasten forth from the dining-hall.
We were standing at the moment in the centre of the dining-hall.
The dining-hall was filled with small tables, around which the girls had taken their seats, when Miss Benton came in with Marion.
The dining-hall was decorated for the occasion with appropriate portraits.