See also:main passage in a large
See also:building, on which various apartments open . In public offices, prisons, workhouses, hospitals, &c., the corridors are usually of severe simplicity; but in mansions and palaces large corridors (galleries) are often adorned with
See also:works of
See also:art, whence comes the
See also:term " picture gallery " applied to many collections . The term "
See also:carriage " is applied to the
See also:style of railway carriage in which a narrow passage connects the
See also:separate compartments, the
See also:object being to combine a certain degree of privacy for the traveller with
See also:access from one compartment to another whilst the
See also:train is in motion .
CORRIE (Gaelic coire, cauldron; hence whirlpool, or...
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