the gallery in a chamber of Parliament reserved for members of the public who wish to listen to the proceedings: Also called: strangers' gallery
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How to use public gallery in a sentence
The whole of the designs were exhibited in a public gallery.Salvador of the Twentieth Century | Percy F. Martin
Of late years a public gallery has been established in New-York for the sale of such productions.
Portraits by him of the Dukes of Ferrara and of other personages are in the public gallery at Modena.
I cannot believe a woman of perfectly pure mind can delight to look at such pictures in a public gallery.Paris: With Pen and Pencil | David W. Bartlett
Where, in any public gallery, will you find a masterpiece which triumphantly vindicates the charm of Swiss scenery?Alone | Norman Douglas