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a building where a chancellor has his or her office
the government building in which a consul works
a building that has one or more courts in it for legal trials
the building where such officials work
in the past, a building used by members of a guild to discuss business
the building used by people who do the work of a mission
a room or building where the people in an organization or department work
a large building that contains many offices
a public building where poor people can go to receive help, for example training or advice
in the U.S., a building in the capital of a state where the politicians of the state work and make laws
a building or place where a particular service or activity is based
a building that has all the offices of a town’s local government
a small electronic device which is taken into shops and links individual customers to advertisements …
an arrangement in which two people who have never met before spend some time together, in order...
the act or practice of telling the future using random items such as playing cards
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