Every day that goes by is a day a survivor has to sit in the dining hall with [his or her] perpetrator.
The dining hall, it seemed, had been put to more use than the gymnasium.
As she waited for her hearing, Sclove saw her attacker around campus, in the library and in the dining hall.
“Check the dining hall,” a young woman exclaimed, waving to her left, and a dozen persons surged in that direction.
After a hasty lunch in the dining hall, the Hollands hit Bowdoin, drop me at the airport, and set off for Williams College.
The next move came again from the dining hall when a swarthy fellow emerged wiping his mouth upon his sleeve.
The boy choir is not to be stationed in the chapel, but in the dining hall, opposite to me.
Its walls were covered with gold and silver, the dining hall seated six thousand people, and its ceiling was inlaid with gold.
While conversing, they proceeded to the dining hall, where dinner was served up.
In the dining hall, too, is preserved an ancient cross-bow, and a large two-handed double-edged sword about five feet in length.