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  • A court or courtyard is an enclosed area, often a space enclosed by a building that is open to the sky. These areas in inns and public buildings were often the primary meeting places for some purposes, leading to the other meanings of court.
  • An unroofed area that is completely or mostly enclosed by the walls of a large building
  • court: an area wholly or partly surrounded by walls or buildings; "the house was built around an inner court"
  • Deuces is a solitaire card game which is played with two decks of playing cards. It is so called because each foundation starts with a deuce or two card. It also belongs to a family of card games which includes Busy Aces.
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  • An establishment providing accommodations, food, and drink, esp. for travelers
  • A restaurant or bar, typically one in the country, in some cases providing accommodations
  • Indium nitride is a small bandgap semiconductor material which has potential application in solar cells and high speed electronics.
  • Inns are generally establishments or buildings where travelers can seek lodging and, usually, food and drink. They are typically located in the country or along a highway.
  • hostel: a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
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Golden Malted Pancake and Waffle Mix
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Thetford, Bell Inn
Thetford, Bell Inn
Coaching inn, now hotel. Mid C15 with C17 extensions and later alterations. Mid C15 main block facing King Street, C17 extensions to south. Rendered and colourwashed timber-frame. Machine tile roofs. North facade in 2 storeys, the upper floor jettied. Ground floor with heavy scantling studs on a brick and flint plinth. Corner braces to west support dragon beams. Carriage arch set to left now with C20 doors. To left a C19 cross casement, to right a late C19 canted bay window with sashes and four C18 6/6 sashes right of this. 7 sash windows to first floor, all with 8/8 glazing bars, except for centre 3 which have 6/6 glazing bars. Gabled roof, hipped to west, carrying 4 saw-toothed C19 ridge stacks. Rear of this wing faces inner courtyard. C19 extension through 2 storeys fitted with 3 mid C20 three-light cross casements. Later entrance to right. C17 wing of 2 storeys and dormer attic. Late C20 ground-floor passageway added to west facade. 2-light cross casements to first floor and two C20 windows. 5 hipped dormers, of which the 2nd and 5th from left are C20 additions. Gabled roof with ridge stack left of centre and a truncated internal gable-end stack to north. External junction of the 2 ranges filled with a C19 range of one-storey and dormer attic: C20 ground-floor fenestration and 2 through-eaves hipped dormers with casements. Gabled machine tile roof... Celebrated coaching inn first mentioned in 1493. Remained as a principal coaching inn on the London-Norwich post until 1845 (arrival of railway). LBO
Mission Inn
Mission Inn
A courtyard of the historic hotel in Riverside, California. The following description comes from the hotel's website: Occupying an entire city block and encompassing 320,000 square-feet, The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa is located in downtown Riverside, California. The Inn began as a two-story adobe guesthouse in 1876. In 1903, Frank Miller began to expand the original facilities, a process that took more than 30 years to complete. The finished project incorporates design elements from throughout the southwestern United States and several Mediterranean countries with a particular influence from the California missions. It incorporates the work of several California architects including Arthur Benton, Myron Hunt and G. Stanley Wilson. The Inn represents a blending of architectural elements, flying buttresses, domes, a bell tower, clock towers, interior courtyards and patios, a five-story open-air rotunda and a circular wrought-iron staircase. The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a State of California Historic Landmark. The property is also a member of Historic Hotels of America and is filled with more than $7 million of antiques and artifacts, Over the years, the Inn has hosted numerous dignitaries, including five U.S. Presidents, as well as being the site of Richard and Pat Nixon’s wedding and Nancy and Ronald Reagan’s honeymoon.

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Pale Queen's Courtyard (Moonlit Cities)
Kamvar, a soldier, has lost his way. Leonine, a thief and sorcerer, has forgotten that he had one to lose.

When the daughter of a High Priest finds herself exiled and hunted across the entirety of conquered Ekka, both men will remember who they are, and the country's invaders will learn that memories, unlike temples, are not so easily torn down.

Pale Queen's Courtyard is the first novel by Canadian author Marcin Wrona, and a finalist in SciFiNow's 2009 War of the Words.

Approximate word count: 115k (~450 paperback pages).

Kamvar, a soldier, has lost his way. Leonine, a thief and sorcerer, has forgotten that he had one to lose.

When the daughter of a High Priest finds herself exiled and hunted across the entirety of conquered Ekka, both men will remember who they are, and the country's invaders will learn that memories, unlike temples, are not so easily torn down.

Pale Queen's Courtyard is the first novel by Canadian author Marcin Wrona, and a finalist in SciFiNow's 2009 War of the Words.

Approximate word count: 115k (~450 paperback pages).

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